Vintage Coppercraft Federal Regency Mirror

SKU 00355
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This vintage Federal style mirror features a bald eagle and scroll motif in an aged copper finish.

In overall very good condition for its vintage age, the mirror's glass has no large chips or cracks. There are a few scuffs and very small spots of ghosting consistent with the mirror's age. The resin frame has no large cracks or gouges. Wear to the mirror's backing is as shown. Made in the USA by Dart Industries and marked with the date 1959 in Roman numerals as well as 4007 on the back. The mirror's backing board also has a label reading Coppercraft Guild, Taunton, MA.

The Syracuse Ornamental Company, or Syroco, was founded in 1890 in Syracuse, New York and became well known for products made from molded wood pulp resembling hand-carved pieces. By the 1960's the company added injection molded plastics to its line of decorative pieces. In 1965 Syroco was bought by Rexall Drug and Chemical Company, which changed its name to Dart Industries. Coppercraft Guild, founded in Taunton, Massachusetts in 1949, also eventually became a subsidiary of Dart Industries. As the parent company of both Syroco and Coppercraft Guild, Dart Industries reused Syroco's original molds, which explains the presence of both the Dart manufacturing information as well as the Coppercraft Guild label on this mirror.

Approximate dimensions: 20 ½ inches long; 14 inches wide; 2 inches deep. Mirror itself measures 9 ¼ inches in diameter.

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