Wow, what those Syroco designers were able to accomplish with resin! This ornate mid-century gothic sconce and mirror set is a great example; though it is made from resin, it looks like carved wood, and what’s more, it is as durable and solid and long-lasting, only perhaps more so. Just like all the great mid-century designers, the folks at Syroco were exploring what could be achieved with modern materials. We’ve become a bit jaded now from the ubiquity of man-made plastics and resins, but in 1967 it was still an exciting, and even important, area to explore. This is a very clean set, with almost no noticeable wear to the resin, although there is an overall patina that definitely adds to its gothic persona. The mirror is clean and clear and has no silver loss. The pieces are a pretty and well-made set, and together they bring a lot of romance to the wall.
Sconces: 18.5" H x 4.25" W x 3" D;
Shelf: 22.75" W x 7.5" D x 6" H;
Mirror is 28.5" H x 15" W x 1" D
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