Auntique & Uncle Tony

Sellers of Antique Bookends, Vintage Glass, & Collectibles

Active in New York City in the 1920s and 1930s, Nuart began producing bookends at least as early as 1924 using permanent mold slush metal castings, similar to Frankart.


Nuart, a subsidiary of The Gift House, Inc. (who distributed their products), was located at 107 Broadway in its 1931 catalog.  The catalog lists 28 pairs of bookends in four different finishes including bronze, ebony black, green, and oriental red.   There were many more Nuart bookends on the market.  Their most inventive pieces were Art Deco females.


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#  3038

Circa 1930. Wonderful condition.

“Diving Horse”

Nuart Metal Creations

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Diving Horse by nuart

“Elbert Hubbard”

Circa 1931. Very hard to find in this outstanding condition.

#  3046

$499 / pr

Elbert Hubbard bookends by Nuart