Dark Gray Concrete Bookends by Port Living Co.
Dark Gray Concrete Bookends Front View With Books
Dark Gray Concrete Bookends Side View With Books
Gray Concrete Bookends by Port Living Co.
Front View of Concrete Bookends by Port Living Co. With Books
Side View of Concrete Bookends by Port Living Co. With Books

Angular Bookends

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The Concrete Angular Bookends by Port Living Co. blend form and function, keeping all your favorite reads in place on your tabletop or bookshelf. You can even use each one individually as doorstops. They are a classic must-have addition to your home decor.

Each concrete piece is unique; bubbles, small imperfections, and slight variations in color are part of the piece’s singularity and character. Concrete is a live material. Your piece will age and change over time with exposure to air and with wear, just as concrete does in monuments and buildings. Learn more.

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Pre-order products are expected to ship within: 2-4 weeks.

Country of Origin: USA

Materials: 100% Pure PLC Concrete, Cork Bottom

Dimensions: 4"L x 2.5"W x 6"H

Weight: 3 lb

  • Hand Burnished With FDA Approved Sealer 

Handmade in South Carolina, USA

PORT LIVING CO.

Handmaking concrete home products in the USA since 2014.

Jordan & Annastasia Castro

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JY
02/17/2021
Jeffrey Y.
United States United States
Wife loved them

They're great! Nice finish and love how solid they feel!

MS
12/10/2020
Matthew S.
United States United States
Fantastic product

They hold books up, almost anything can do that. But these do it with a monolithic grace matched only by Stonehenge and the pyramids.