The Urechie mirror frames were decorated with mirrored glass, which distinguished them among other mirrors. The Urechie mirror frame was decorated with engraved flower rosettes and floral ornaments. The trapezoidal top, the so-called crown, of the mirror that is now part of our collection, is decorated with the image of a bird sitting on a flowering bush. The engraved decorations were created in the engraving workshop. The theme of the engraved pattern on the mirror indicates that the artistic direction of the Urechie glassware was influenced by the local artistic culture. The archival inventory records mention the outstanding masters of the past, the grinders Semion Petrovich, Georgy Dubitsky, Matvey Shimon, Ieronim Belkevich; draughtsmen-engravers Nikolai Dubitsky, Pavlik Malevich, Yan Dubitsky. Rosenbaum, a Slutsk town resident, and later Dzerdzievsky, a local resident, managed the Urechie glass manufactory.