Pierrot Playing Mandolin/nice Circa 1925 Bronze Clad Bookends/unmarked For SaleUp for purchase is a set of bronze clad books that depict Pierrot (17th Cen. Italian comedian--see Wikipedia for details) sitting on a stump playing a mandolin. They were manufactured circa 1925 with no manufacturer's mark on them. The base measures 2.75 x 4.3-inches in size, and it stands5.5-inches high. One bookend weighs 35.4 ounces and the other one weighs 34.4 ounces. See photos for more details.
These bookends are in very good condition. There are no cracks, holes, or chips to the metal surfaces. The only damage are two small dents on one vertical base edge (seen in second photo below). There is a small casting indentation on the back of one bookend (seen near the armpit in the first photo below--left side bookend). The paint is in excellent condition with no missing paint, just rubbing of the patina to some of the high areas. A very nice set!
See my store for many more antique bookends in nice condition!.
Buyer's have the right to request from me other forms of payment. Winning buyer to pay $22.00 in USPS Priority shipping and insurance. Bookends usually ship out within three days of receipt of payment.
Note to foreign buyers: The posted shipping is for U.S. only shipments. Foreign shipments at extra S&H--see payment details. Import duties, taxes and any other charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. Please check with your country's custom office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to offerding/buying.
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