Pompeian Bronze western Cowboy bookends, C. 1920s, bronze clad, Paul Herzel


Offered here is a very attractive pair of highly collectible bronze clad Cowboy bookends. This is the only set that I have seen before. Both bookends are marked Paul Herzel. Even if you are a western collector this may be the only pair you will ever see. The pair were manufactured by the Pompeian Bronze…

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Vintage Pompeian Bronze bookends, Cyrano De Bergerac bookends, pristine, rare


Offered here is a very attractive pair of highly collectible bronze clad bookends: Cyrano De Bergerac. The pair were manufactured by the Pompeian Bronze Company in New York City. This is a rare set. These bookends are modeled after the Edmond Rostand character in the 1897 French play which, as most people are familiar, was…

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Pompeian Bronze Polychrome Japanese Couple Figural Bookends


Uncommon Pompeian Bronze polychrome Japanese polychrome couple figural bookends, c. Marked by Japanese two character mark on both bases and appears to be marked on the side of the base “Pompeian Bronze”. Good condition – shows loss to paint and makers mark. 7.5″ tall, 5″ wide, and 5 deep. All pictures were taken by What…

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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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