Loosely inspired by a kimono with cherry blossoms rendered in an Art Deco manner, Thomas Pheasant views the Blossom Mirror as one of those rare but riveting objects that finish a room. The mirror has a textured banding immediately around it. A much larger and more dramatic, but still somewhat organic, Brass frame requires more than 100 welds to secure a sculpture consisting of five-sided flowers. A total of 18 lead crystal blossoms, in two sizes, are then positioned for dimensional effect. The resulting play of shadow, light, and prismatic rainbow rustles against the wall. The mirror is convex, and the surrounding rim has an organic texture. While the Blossom Mirror would be a focal point anywhere, the first impression created in an entry would define not just a room but an entire home. This is very large, very intricate jewelry.