Bring a piece of your favorite city home with this Union Terminal Bookend Set. These bookends were created by Rookwood Pottery artist Arthur Conant to commemorate the completion of the Cincinnati Union Terminal. They were given as gifts to dignitaries at the terminal’s dedication on March 31, 1933. It was this set of bookends that proved to be the catalyst responsible for Rookwood returning to Cincinnati after a 46-year hiatus. Today, each set of bookends is beautifully glazed, uniting elegance and functionality. Each piece is solid and sturdy and will ensure your favorite books are never out of place.
- Sold as a set of 2
- Each piece measures 6.25" x 3.5" x 4"
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