Durwood was a line of decorative products produced by John Walter and sons of Kitchener, ON. Scottie dogs were a very popular decoration motif from the late 1930's on into the early 1950's. This set of resin bookends were probably made sometime in the 1940's. Cute design has the front paws resting on a fence rail and the dogs look very alert. Color is ivory with light brown shading. Base is metal attached with robertson screws. Dogs measure 6 1/2" high and 4 3/4" long.
Bottom of one metal stand shows surface rust and top portions have some paint missing. There is no damage to the dogs. One of the stands still retains original cork bottom.
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