Seller: decolady1 (3,644) 100%, Location: Vallejo, California, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 372065902282 Condition: Condition is very good - no chips, breaks, or repairs., Details: Here is a stunning and rare pair (2) of Art Deco 1920's flapper harlequin ladies with celluloid face metal bookends on marble bases from San Francisco Estate. Also known as "Girl on Bench". Circa 1925. Don't know who the maker is, but they look a lot like the "JB Hirsch" deco ladies, and they are truly exquisite. These wonderful deco ladies have brown curls, blue eyes, and red lips. They are wearing a 1920 flapper hat, harlequin or pixie type outfit. The overall measurement is 6" tall, 4" long, and 3-1/4" wide. They are made of some kind of metal with an iridescent green and gold finish. Their face and hands are probably made of a celluloid type material. The condition is amazingly very good - shows wear but no chips, breaks, or repairs. There are no signatures or manufacture marks that we could find, but they are quality, and we did find a similar pair in the "Collector's Guide to Bookends" by Collector Books, dated 1998, on Page #21, which also shows a value of $350.00 in 1998. The estimated value was $350.00 according to the estate. It could be more. Our reserve is only $195.00. These fabulous deco lady bookends came from an estate in San Francisco, and are vintage. They have a great deco look - very modernistic and unique. Pictures don't do them justice. They are truly quality pieces, and would make a wonderful addition to someone's collection. Buyer pays shipping. Thank you for bidding.