A fabulous polychrome cast iron doorstop of two seated bathing beauties under a parasol or umbrella, probably made by Hubley, marked 250 on verso, as well as marked on front base “Fish” with a copyright symbol. The doorstop was one of seven models designed by Anne Fish. Anne Harriet Fish was a British cartoonist and illustrator during World War One and the early 1920s. Her clever and cute cartoons published in Vogue and Vanity Fair established her as a humorous commentator on Post-War youth. Great overall patina, with minor paint losses, and expected wear from age and use. Dates to circa 1920. Dimensions: 11” h x 5” w x 2” d.
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