Monday, July 27, 2015

The Art of Reprotique

I recently learned of Reprotique, a line of art-inspired home accessories. Based in Virginia, Reprotique was founded by Susan Stanley Sprinkle, who specializes in reproduction 17th and 18th-century art. Sprinkle recently expanded her line to include, among other things, coasters, sconces, and light-switch plates, many of which incorporate images of centuries-old paintings and maps.  I'm especially taken with the shield sconce, seen above, which features a leaping stag, as well as the sets of hunting-themed coasters.  For something more modern, there are coasters emblazoned with patterns, such as blue agate or tortoise, as well as whimsically-shaped, clear acrylic sconces and switch plates, which allow wallpaper to show through.  And the great thing about this line is that it's all hand-made in Virginia.

For information, please visit the Reprotique website.

All images courtesy of Reprotique

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