This fantastic set of bookends features two Native Americans in a canoe: a woman in the front, and a man in the rear.
15" from the tip of the front of the canoe to the tip of the back of the canoe
We're not sure of the age of this pair of book ends. They are heavy, they appear to be made of a white plaster (there are some scratches on the bottoms).
In the 1950s Westerns were the rage, and long before that, writers such as Zane Gray captured the imaginations of youngsters (and adults as well) of the western frontier of the growing United States. Included in that, are the lifestyles and stories of the American Indians.
This set of bookends weighs 7 # with no packaging.
We love decor like this for a family cabin in the woods, or for a cozy bungalow in the mountains. If you have a wide fireplace mantel, these would look really cool on it, holding some of your favorite vintage story books.
These are really neat collectibles, beautifully crafted, regal, stately, dramatic.