Oversized Art Deco Bronze & Copper Plated Trojan Horse Bookends c.1930
An extremely large pair of Art Deco bronze and copper plated Trojan horse bookends. Designed and signed by Phillip DiNapoli for Champion Products. Original felt on the bottom.
See last photo to compare size with similar bookends.
- CREATOR Champion Products (Manufacturer) Phillip DiNapoli (artist)
- DATE OF MANUFACTURE c.1930
MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES Cast Gray Metal, Copper/Bronze Finish, Felt
CONDITION Good. Minor wear consistent with age and use. Small crack on base of one bookend on both sides and slight bend. Structurally sound.
- DIMENSIONS H 8.5 in. x W 5 in. x D 4 in.
In the nineteen thirties and forties there were three prominent companies that primarily made trophies: Dodge, Champion and Trophy Craft; Dodge being the largest. These companies made a variety of small objects for the home including ash trays and bookends. All of these bookends were made from gray or "pot" metal, with bronze-like finishes that suggest trophies.