Vintage DeGrazia pottery bookends from 1972-73. The design was taken from a print that DeGrazia did in 1972. The name of the print was “Heavenly Blessings”. DeGrazia used Native Americans for his work. He was located in the Southwest. The bookends are 4 inches by 6 ¼ inches and 6 ¼ inches tall. He signed each one. He used a wooden frame to attach his pottery to. One pottery piece has a thumb print crack on the side but it is not going to fall out; the pottery pieces were glued to the wood backing. The bookends with this motif example is hard to find.
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Vintage DeGrazia Bookends Pottery 1972-73