These black glossy ceramic horse head bookends are a bit odd yet totally delightful. They were a mid-century kit designed for someone to make their own color mark. The someone in question decided that black stallions with flowing light brown manes and bright red nostrils was the order of the day. We like it. No chips or scratches, ready to snarl stylishly on your shelf.
8" H x 6.5" D x 4" W
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