Perfect as gifts or for your own home, Gypset Cargo’s stunning collection of hand-made shell and brass-beaded mirrors will bring coastal chic and “boho luxe” to every space.

Mirrors are not just functional; they can also be stunning pieces of wall art and a real focal point, bringing style and substance to living rooms, bathrooms, kitchens and hallways.

Gypset Cargo’s mirrors combine the understated style and sophistication of Cape Cod with the breezy, bohemian coastal chic of Byron Bay.

They are all unique, designed by Jillian Middleton and lovingly handcrafted in Bali by Indonesians artisans. The shells are laid with painstaking precision and trimmed with gold and brass beading. The collection has an additional feature of the Cape Cod Wall Cross – a beautiful piece of wall art in the same style and materials as the mirrors.

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The collection includes:

Love Heart Mirror – a beautiful and colourful heart-shaped mirror featuring coloured shells in pinks, mauves, off white and salmon. The perfect gift for the one you love or great as a wedding present.

Rectangular Mirror – White, off, white and mauve shells with rope and brass beading, this mirror is incredibly beautiful and perfect for bedrooms.

East Hampton Mirror (in small or medium sizes) – White and salmon coloured shells, trimmed with brass beading.

Medium Bridgehampton Mirror – A triple layer of off-white shells with gold and brass beading.

Cape Cod Wall Cross – you don’t have to be religious to appreciate the beauty of this unusual piece of wall art.  In white shells with brass beading it’s the ultimate piece of coastal chic.

Gypset Cargo epitomises the “bohemian luxe” of the gypset with a handmade range of stunning pendants, chandeliers and mirrors. All the pieces are lovingly crafted from natural, recycled or sustainable materials, with every aspect handpicked with Jillian’s keen stylist’s eye for detail.

All pieces are made and embellished with materials such as individually stamped beading from coconut shells, discarded shells from the ocean, farmed shells, wood, abaca vine, rattan (cane) and even fishing line.

Jillian designs all her pieces, which are then hand made by talented artisans in Bali using local materials.



For more information on Jillian Middleton or Gypset Cargo, please contact Sophie @ PRChicks:



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