Art Deco Chase Solid Brass Elephant Bookends Designed by Walter Von Nessen


Walter Von Nessen Solid Brass Elephant Bookends. AUTHETNIC – ENGRAVING IS PICTURED. Amazing condition for the age – some scuffing and discoloration throughout (pictured). All pieces are still intact. Bottom of bookends are felted to be easily moved around. 5.5″ W x 2″ D x 4.25 H. They are solid brass so they do have…

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Vintage Art Deco Bronzed Spelter Metal Chinoiserie Designed Pair Of Book Ends


Vintage Art Deco Bronzed Spelter Metal Deco Chinoiserie /. Oriental design style Pair of Book Ends. This is a vintage art deco circa 1930/50’s American made bronzed and copper plated spelter metal Chinese designed pair of book ends. The measurement for this piece is approximately 7″ long by 7.25″ wide. This item is previously owned….

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Art Deco Chase Metal Bakelite Elephant Bookends Designed by Walter Von Nessen


Scratches and other areas of patina to the brass. Chipping on corners of the heads. Message me for any reason. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Bookends”. The seller is “sonnypgh” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States. Brand: Elephant Type: Bookends Style: Art Deco Material:…

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Rookwood Flower Basket Bookends Dated 1927 Designed By Kataro Shirayamadani


Art Nouveau and Rookwood pottery lovers! Rookwood Flower Basket Bookends Dated 1927 Designed By. These are wonderful pair of Rookwood Flower Basket bookends, designed by Rookwoods finest artist, Kataro Shirayamadani. They are beautifully glazed in blues, greens, yellows and pink. They are marked with a shape number of 2837 and dated XXVII. They are approximately…

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Vintage Edwin Fuerst designed Owens-Illinois Art Deco Gazelle Bookends- 1936


This is a beautiful pair of Vintage Edwin Fuerst Skyscraper style designed Owens-Illinois Art Deco Gazelle Bookends Circa 1936. They were produced as part of the Glass Art line from Owens Illinois Glass Company. Ive added a picture of the original patent filed in 1936. These are really heavy for their size. They measure about…

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