Art Deco wrought iron wing bookends 

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Art Deco wrought iron wing bookends by Edgar Brandt.
France 1930
These bookends are illustrated in:
Art Deco sculpture, Alastair Duncan.
Edgar Brandt master of Art Deco ironwork, Joan Kahr. 

A pair of Art Deco wrought iron bookends are in the shape of a stylized wing and ball on an angular support mounted on a rectangular base.
These bookends were designed to commemorate the first non-stop east to west crossing of the North Atlantic by plane, which took place on September 1-2, 1930 when Costes & Maurice Bellonte, flew with the Point d'Interrogation from Paris to New York. 


Artist / Maker Edgar Brandt.
Signature/ Marks Stamped E. Brandt.
Style Art Deco
Date 1930
Material Cast & wrought iron.
Origin France
Size (cm) H. 23 cm x L. 13 cm x W. 10 cm.

Size (inches) H. 9.1 inch x L. 5.1 inch x W. 3.9 inch.
Condition Very good condition.

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