Jefferson Brass

Goose Bookend/Doorstop, Left, Lacquered

Sculpted by a nationally recognized waterfowl decoy woodcarver on Maryland's famed Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, this goose brass bookend and doorstop is an accurate depiction of the great Canadian goose "Onk-or" in James Michener's novel "Chesapeake." Because of the handcrafted workmanship of each piece, you may occasionally be able to discern very small inclusions, imperfections, and even slight size variations. This is to be expected, and we ask that you umall inclusions, imperfections, and even slight size variations. This is to be expected, and we ask that you understand that they are an inherent part of the manufacturing process. Our products, we believe, are the best that can be made today. All products are solid brass. If you receive one that has a slight discoloration, it is not a defect. It has travelled over 8,000 miles from the factory to our warehouse. Use a metal polish, such as Brasso or Wenol, to correct the discoloration. The discoloration is not a defect. read more