Exceptional craftsmanship reigns on this mid-century modern wall mirror by Aksel Kjersgaard. Bowed inner contours add a touch of elegance to the solid teak frame. No hardware was used in constructing this mirror. The assemblage is hinged on tight exposed finger joints at all four corners. Run your fingers over the joints to feel just how precisely these junctions were crafted. The mirror glass itself is clear and ready to be used in your home. Turn the mirror over to see the Danish Furniture Makers Control stamp. This distinction is given to only the finest Danish furniture.<h3>Aksel Kjersgaard</h3>Aksel Kjersgaard is both a designer and manufacturer. Kjersgaard created many pieces during Danish mid-century modern movement. In 1952 established his eponymous production company in Denmark. In 1955 Aksel Kjersgaard A/S began producing clean line cabinets , dressers , consoles , and sideboards in teak and rosewood. Kjersgaard has collaborated with legendary Danish designers Kai Kristiansen and Ebbe Gehl & Søren Nissen from the 1950s and 1970s. Today Aksel Kjersgaard Mobelfabrik is run by the founder’s sons and produces furniture under the name Naver Collection.