Taste the vaulting beauty of Old World architecture in your space. The ribbed arches evoke a bygone era -- scriptoriums where bright-eyed monks bent low above parchment, tracing faultless letters with crushed lapis lazuli-tipped styli, and great kings clasped scepters of gold. This sculpture suggest the beloved ruins of the Romantic poets, and the pastoral tranquility of European countrysides. Moved by ruins in Stirling, the Romantic poet, Robert Burns, once wrote:
Here Stewarts once in triumph reigned.
And laws for Scotland's weal ordained;
But now unroofed their palace stands,
Their sceptre's swayed by other hands...
Step into another world. Set one on a tabletop as a dazzling display, or cap your collection of books.
6.25"L x 4.75"W x 8.5"H. Resin. Distressed Stone Finish.