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Antique Pair of French Art Deco bronze silver plate - Antique Pair of French Art Deco bronze silver plate bookends with walrus (signed G. H. LAUREN...

katydid katydid says:
I have a pair of metal, old black bookends, each with a reclining female nude figure. Artist/ Manufacturer?
How old? They are unsigned with no identifying marks. They have a satin finish and are metal casts, I believe.
Jeffrey says:
Probably from the early art deco period, as this was a popular subject....I bet it looks like one of those old hood ornaments. If not signed, I'd take them to an appraiser. Check ebay for similar...

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