Masonic Freemason Bookends Art Deco Cast Bronze Clad Pair Circa 1920s


Masonic Freemason Bookends Art Deco Cast Bronze Clad Pair Circa 1920s. Masons Art Deco Bookends Cast Metal Bookends. Bronze Clad Bookend Set of 2. Bookends approx 3 lbs unpacked. 6″ x 4.5″ x 3 each. Masonic Symbol on bookends. Some rubbing and wear. Bookends are a pair, but patina differs in some places including center…

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Vintage Metal Bookends-Far Eastern Prince & Princess, Art Deco-Era, Circa 1930s


Vintage Metal Bookends–Far Eastern Prince & Princess, Art Deco-Era, Circa 1930s. Made of cast iron with a copper colored wash. They measure 4 5/8″ wide at the base and 4 1/2″ high at the highest point. Fresh from a Naples, Florida Estate!! I suspect they are 1920s or 1930s. Vendio Images: More than just a…

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Antique Indian Scout Bookends FRENCH France Circa 1930 Brass RARE BOOKENDS


Enhance your collection with these stunning Antique Indian Scout Bookends, which are rare and made of brass. These bookends were manufactured in France around the year 1930 and have an antique bronze finish. The bookends feature a Native American Indian character and a Western theme, making them perfect for collectors who love art deco and…

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These vintage bookends are a must-have for any collector of antique decorative items. The intricate design features a pair of parrots perched on the top of each bookend, adding a unique touch to your bookshelf or desk. Mori and Sons in the early 20th century, these bookends are made of bronze and finished in an…

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Art Deco Bookends Dante & Beatrice Bronze Clad circa Early 20th Cen Pompeian


Enhance your bookshelf’s elegance with these stunning Art Deco Bookends featuring Dante & Beatrice. The bronze-clad bookends with a height of 7.25″ and width of 6.25″ perfectly portray historical figures and literary masterpieces. The original red, cream, and blue hand-painted detailing and aged bronze finish add to the overall charm of the bookends. These collectibles…

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