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Bird Bookends by Moreau*
Pair of amusing Art Deco bookends featuring cubist style birds with their long erect tail feathers in the air.
Finished in natural shades of olive green and brown, these little chaps have bright yellow eyes and look very perky crouching low on their shaped marble bases.
Each one is signed H. Moreau and they date from the 1920’s.
Approximately 9.5 cm long, 8.5 wide and just under 13 cm high.