Brass Fox Mask Bookend / Doorstop

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A classic and handsome animal, the fox is heavily cast in solid brass (3¾ pounds each), to create a distinguished bookend or doorstop with a protected padded bottom. Entirely handmade, using the same sand casting and finishing processes as in Revolutionary times, in order to retain the authenticity and patina of the past. Sold individually.

Measures 5½" w x 4" d x 6¼" h.

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We make every effort to please you with every order. But if an item does not suit you, we will accept its return for a refund, excluding any shipping charges, for up to 60 days from the date of our shipment to you. We accept returns for store credit up to 90 days. Returned items must be unused and in salable condition. A gift can be returned within 90 days for a store credit that is good indefinitely. Personalized items are not returnable, so please take special care when giving instructions for customizing.

Item #: JBC11021
Catalog HotKey: R1077

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1 review

Rosie M.
cape may court house, NJ
Beautiful objects
April 01, 2017
I love to collect books and these make strikingly different bookends. I have them atop my best bookcase which is filled with hardcover books. I am delighted I bought them.
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