Ricasso Mirror in Cognac Loop I (Large)

Ricasso Mirror in Cognac Loop I (Large) by embroidery and textile artist Aimee Betts, boasts a decorative frame which draws inspiration from centuries old loop and coil basketry techniques. This collection of mirrors explores the geometric possibilities and challenges faced when working with and applying decorative details to circular structures. Aimee applies flat and round leather cords to the tubular forms, using the leather as 'string' to help create a continuous flow. Contrasting with the brass frame underneath, this brocade work will draw the eye and create a focal point in any interior.

Material: Brass, leather cord
cm: Diameter 120cm, Depth 5.5cm
inches: Diameter 47.2in, Depth 2.2in
Care Instructions This product is fragile, handle with care. We recommend wearing gloves.
Lead Time: 8-10 weeks


Hand crafted in London, the mirror is comprised of a brass tubular frame created using precision spiral metal rolling techniques, which are later adorned with Aimee’s signature braiding techniques using strong leather cords.
The Maker Aimee Betts Embroidery & Textile Artist - South East England

Aimee Betts is an embroidery and textile artist specialising in traditional forms of stitching, knotting and fabric manipulation, which she translates into contemporary designs. Aimee’s versatile abilities have been applied widely – from textiles to lighting and architectural installations. Graduating in Mixed Media Textiles from the RCA, Aimee works as a Stitch & Fabric Art Practice Leader at Goldsmiths University. She is also an alumnus of the Crafts Council's UK Hothouse programme.