In the pre-AC era when this piece was made, your papers could easily go flying, so why not set a jet plane on them instead? Heavy and impressive piece, it is likely from the 1930s. Made of solid brass that has been chromed, with the chrome worn away in a few places—a fact that has no real bearing on the overall impact, and in a way, just makes it more cool.
12" H x 16" W x 12.5" L
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