Vintage Camera Bookends

Frame your books with these shutterbug bookends made from vintage cameras.
created by

Breck Armstrong

$285.00

Breck Armstrong created by

Breck Armstrong

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When a picture is worth a thousand words, bracketing your books with cameras makes perfect sense. Taking photographic decorating to a new level, these one-of-a-kind bookends have been sourced by artist Breck Armstrong from vintage cameras. While each set is unique, each includes one camera with the iconic flash bulb and one without. Handmade in Michigan.

US_MI

Made in Michigan

Breck Armstrong

created by

Breck Armstrong

location

Michigan

It seems that old objects are just in his blood, some nostalgic essence. So it's only natural, Breck Armstrong would turn old stuff into new treasures. A ceramist at heart, that passion is on hold until the time comes to bring that aspect into his current life, but for now Breck's love for old houses, fixing old things and breathing new life into the found objects will hopefully bring you joy in your purchase! Thank you kindly for taking a piece in Breck Amstrong.

Handmade Recycled Made in the USA
Made from
reclaimed steel, vintage cameras
Measurements
5" L x 5" H x 4" D
Ingredients
Care
Dust with furniture polish.
Notes
Due to the handmade nature of this item and its reclaimed materials no two sets wil be alike.
Item ID
24815

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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 7/2/2018.

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  • Durable
  • Unique

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    Best Uses

    • Gifts
    • Living Room
    • Office

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