Reverse painting on glass is a technique brought to Peru from Europe in colonial times. It consists of painting the back of a piece of glass, (first the outline, then the color, then the metallic backing), then turning it over and setting it in a wooden frame. While originally used to frame paintings and mirrors, the technique is now also used for decorating jewelry boxes, coasters, trays and photo frames.

Kleenex  boxes-$35

Tiny frames $12/$18,  

Trays from $28

Please check out mirror frames.




Prices are from $48 to $350 according to size.