MIRALITE ANTIQUE and MIRALITE VERSAILLES have been created by Saint-Gobain Glass to provide the authentic effect of an aged mirror, but which greatly extend the creativity available to designers by being produced to the latest quality, manufacturing and environmental standards.
Offering a subtle retro-appearance for interior schemes in which a stylish period effect is being created, they are ideal for applications such as large wall spans in interiors, busy public areas such as lobbies, staircases, lifts and other high traffic, stylish commercial interiors; and for small decorative styling details and inserts such as in bars, restaurants, hotels, theatres and retail environments.
The aged appearance of MIRALITE ANTIQUE and MIRALITE VERSAILLES offers the imperfections that are so desirable in many upmarket interiors. Offering a subtle and warm light MIRALITE ANTIQUE and VERSAILLES are highly versatile and offer limitless design opportunities when combined with other materials such as wood, metal and marble.
The advanced manufacturing techniques by which MIRALITE ANTIQUE and MIRALITE VERSAILLES are produced means that the appearance of aged mirrors may be achieved over large areas with consistent quality throughout. Furthermore, this also ensures that the product has excellent environmental credentials, is highly durable and easy to maintain.
Both MIRALITE ANTIQUE and MIRALITE VERSAILLES may be specified with a protective plastic film applied to the back of the mirror for use in high traffic areas and others where impact may be a possibility. The film prevents the glass from shattering into large shards, providing extra safety in case of impact or accidental damage with no adverse effect on the installed appearance of
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.