Asst. of 2 Norman Dog Bookends, Gold Leaf
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Asst. of 2 Norman Dog Bookends, Gold Leaf

$240.00
Est. Arrival: Jul 01 - Jul 09
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COLOR antiqued gold leaf/clear
DIMENSIONS each, 3.75"L x 10.25"W x 11"H
MADE OF resin
SKU 77496043
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 01 - Jul 09
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RETURNS This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Founded in 1997 by Carla “Regina” Zajac and Jimi “Andrew” Slaven, Detroit-based Regina Andrew Design redefines modern style with lighting, furnishings, and accessories designed with passion and an artist's eye. The collection exhibits a skillful mix of modern with rustic, romantic with relaxed, offering a fresh, modern look at how we live today.
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Perfect for the dog-lover, these bookends are finished in antiqued gold leaf and perched on clear acrylic pedestals.

About the Brand
Founded in 1997 by Carla “Regina” Zajac and Jimi “Andrew” Slaven, Detroit-based Regina Andrew Design redefines modern style with lighting, furnishings, and accessories designed with passion and an artist's eye. The collection exhibits a skillful mix of modern with rustic, romantic with relaxed, offering a fresh, modern look at how we live today.
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