Global Art & Artifacts

Antique Armor Bronze Indian Elephant Bookends. Bronze.

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If you know anything about the Armor Bronze Company of New York, you would know that this pair of stunning bookends:  1.  Are very rare;  2. The Galvano process is obsolete; 3.  The company invented the electroformed art metal process in the 1880s.


P. Mori & Sons created this pair of Thailand / Thai Elephants bookends in the early 1920s.  Even though there are Armor Bronze bookends available, there are only a few left of this pair of unpainted and detailed elephants.


They still have the green felt bottoms that are now close to 100 years old.  Stunning pieces full of detail and history.


A classic and classy find.   For the Serious Collector.


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