Pair of Radcliffe Camera Bookends

SKU: DT0118
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This stunning pair of architectural bookends was produced by Timothy Richards, using the original plans for the Radcliffe Camera. The Radcliffe Camera was built by James Gibbs, 1737- 48 and designed as Britain’s first circular library, it was integrated into the Bodleian as a reading room in the 1860s.

Hand made in plaster and boxed with full provenance.

  • Dimensions 115mm (w) x 275mm (h) x 140mm (d)
  • Weight: 5kg


Please note: these bookends are flat backed

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