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Elephant Bookends by Moreau
Fine pair of Art Deco double patinated spelter bookends in the form of stylised elephants raising their trunks high in the air as they stand with their front feet on a log.
Finished in pleasing combination of antique green and bronze shades and set on light greyish brown variegated marble bases.
Unsigned but known to be by Moreau and dating from circa 1930.
Measuring 12 by a little under 7 cm and with a height of 16.5 cm to the tip of their trunks.