The doorstop, painted, is listed in John C. Smith's The Doorstop Book (2006) on p.191, where it is titled Deco Girl. It is also listed as a pair of bookends in Kuritzky and De Costa's Collector's Encyclopedia of Bookends (2006) on p. The surface of the doorstop is original and in pretty good condition. It has small rubbed/abrasion spots at one thigh, the waist, and the stomach; a small white spot on the right skirt; and what might be polish residue in the dress folds to the left of the woman's waist. These flaws are unobtrusive in normal light and.
They show up best in photograph 5. Or other damage to the doorstop.He felt on the bottom is a replacement. The doorstop sits flat and stably on its base. Dimensions: The doorstop is approximately 8.75" tall, 7" wide, and 3 deep at the base. It weighs 6 pounds, 10. The photographs are part of the description.
Please examine them carefully, using the magnifier. The item "Antique Doorstop of Woman, 8.75 Tall 6 lbs, 11 oz Judd Cast Iron c1925" is in sale since Sunday, October 24, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Metalware\Other Collectible Metalware". The seller is "sociology9" and is located in East Sandwich, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.