Art Deco bronze bookends elephant with bird R. Patrouilleau France 1925


Art Deco bronze bookends elephant with bird Artist / Maker: R. Patrouilleau Signature / Marks: R. Patrouilleau Style: Art Deco Date: 1925 Material: Patinated bronze. Belgian Red marble base. Origin: France Size cm: H. 19.5 cm x L. 7.7 inch x L. 6.1 inch x W. Condition: Very good condition. Literature: Mascottes automobiles by Michel…

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French Antique ART DECO Bookends Gilt Bronze Mother Duck Marble Base Pair 1930s


French Antique ART DECO Bookends Gilt Bronze Mother Duck Marble Base Pair 1930s. A beautiful pair of French Art Deco bookends on a marble base. They have a very sweet depiction of a mother duck with her baby ducks. The duck figures are made of bronze that have been gilt and they have a terracotta…

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ANTIQUE PAIR of 1920’s FRENCH BRONZE NUDE RECLINING MEN BOOKENDS attributed to MAX LE VERRIER. As a designer, my heart skipped a beat when these were offered at an ESTATE of HIGH END OBJECTS. The ATTENTION to DETAIL is evident whatever angle you view these ART DECO pieces from. These were ORIGINALLY COLD PAINTED with…

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Magnificent Pair Of French Art Deco Bronze Marble Bookends By Maurice Frecourt


This is a magnificent pair of french art deco bronze marble bookends by famous listed artist Maurice Frecourt born 1890. This pair of bookends have a wonderful detail, design, and workmanship. It is fully signed and hallmarked, showing two giraffes facing each other. Each piece measures 7.35″ tall, 5.125″ front, and 3.25 wide. There are…

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Vintage Art Deco 1930’s Cowboy (Mexican) Bookends Cast Iron Art Deco Base


Vintage Art Deco from the shape of the base…… Cowboy perhaps Mexican from look of hat Bookends. Cast Iron with no markings. The pair is in very good condition, there are not any dings, cracks, etc. Please take a look at the pictures for greater detail. One of the bookends has alot more original paint….

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1925 Arts and Crafts D. A. L. Bronzed Cat Bookends, Hard to find


A handsome pair of antique bronzed Arts and Crafts bookends by the Decorative Arts League, 1925. The Decorative Arts League formed around commercializing the Arts & Crafts Movement, focusing on accessories and furniture. Fascinating ads were printed in modern living magazines with coupons that allowed a householder to order COD the latest mode of lamp…

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