Pair of brass cast iron bookends "The Thinker". This pair has a label on one bookend that reads: The Thinker By Auguste Rodin in 1889, Paris - Also called "The Poet" and originally conceived as a representation of Dante meditating over the great confusion of the fatal and uncertain gulfs of life.
This world famous statue resides outside Philadelphia's Rodin Museum on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. A Gift of Quality by Philadelphia Manufacturing Co.
This set measures 5 5/8" tall and bases that are 4 1/2" wide and 2 3/8" deep.
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