Vintage Bronze Indian "End of Trail" Book Ends
Unveil the beauty of history with this rare pair of antique patinated bronze End Of Trail bookends, dating back to the illustrious era of 1920. These exceptional bookends showcase the renowned "End Of Trail" sculpture by the celebrated artist Frederick Remington. A weary Native American on horseback is immortalized in bronze, encapsulating a poignant moment in time.
What sets this pair apart is the extraordinary casting and patination – a testament to the unparalleled craftsmanship of its time. The details on these bookends surpass expectations, revealing a level of artistry that truly stands out. The intricate portrayal of the Native American figure and the horse reflects Remington's artistic prowess, while the patina adds a timeless allure.
Cast in bronze
4 1/8" x 4 3/8"
CARE & CLEANING:
H|F cleaning packet included
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