You are looking at a very pretty and quite detailed C. 1926 bookends by J.B.Hirsch.
The bookends are called “Wait Here” and were made in 1926. They are made of pot metal or spelter, with the original two tone green paint, which features antique gold gilt detail.
The ladies faces and bodices are ivorine/celluloid and their faces appear to be hand painted. The black marbled bases are either marble or stone.
Each bookend has a gray felt bottom with a sticker which reads: Burrows, Cleveland.
The overall condition is excellent, with only a couple very minor nicks on one of the marble/stone base.
The bookends are heavy, weighing approx. 6.10 lbs.
They are approx. 7” tall; the base back is 5” long.
Whether you use them as bookends or as display pieces, you will no doubt love them; they have a wonderful look.
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