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Magpie Bookends by Frecourt*
Art Deco patinated spelter bookends signed by the French artist Maurice Frecourt dating from around 1930.
The birds, looking slightly comical, are crouching close to the ground with their tails up and are mounted on verde antico marble bases with angled corners at the front ends.
Measuring just under 12 cm long by 8 wide and approximately 14 cm high.
One has suffered a slight ‘dink’ to the tip of its beak at some stage in the past but they still look great on display.