MIRALITE ANTIQUE and VERAILLES offer a subtle retro-appearance for interior schemes, ideal for applications such as large wall spans, busy public areas such as lobbies and staircases and for small decorative styling details and inserts.
In addition, MIRALITE ANTIQUE and VERSAILLES are produced using advanced manufacturing techniques which ensure consistent quality, excellent environmental credentials and high durability.
The MIRALITE range can be specified with a protective plastic film applied to the back of the mirror for use in high traffic areas – preventing the glass from shattering into large shards and providing extra safety in case of impact or accidental damage with no adverse effect on the installed appearance of the mirror.
MIRALITE ANTIQUE may be specified in bronze, grey and clear finishes, with MIRALITE VERSAILLES available in clear.
The versatility of the products extends through their ability to be processed using the latest techniques including cutting, edgeworking, drilling, etching, screen printing and acid etching, further extending the options open to designers.
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