This set of Pompeian Bronze 'Homer's Iliad' bookends measure 9" high by 9.5" long by 6" wide, they are HUGE! This is the largest set of Pompeian Bronze bookends that we have ever seen. They are entitled 'Homer's Iliad' and they depict Trojan horses and riders, in magnificent detail. These are bronze jacketed bookends with original polychrome. They have a time worn patina, with polychrome touches here and there, adding nicely to their impressive presentation. They weigh in at 19lbs for the pair, very heavy, and certainly made to hold books! This set of bookends are well marked Pompeian Bronze, shape 114, along with the title Homer's Iliad. They date to circa 1920. They are in excellent time-worn condition with a no harm dent on the breastplate of one horse, which is shown in the photos. This impressive set of bookends would be a crowning addition to any library or bookend collection! We have these shipping east coast to west coast for $50, insured. If there is a substantial savings based upon your location, we will refund the difference.
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