Shelf Shots – 2

Just a quick one this time, mostly to show off my new bookends. I’d had the ones in the previous post for many years, and decided it was time for new ones. These tubby rabbits filled the bill.

[click on the picture to make it as big as you like]

What do you think? Do you use bookends?

About Richard Robinson

Enjoying life in Portland, OR
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18 Responses to Shelf Shots – 2

  1. Cap'n Bob Napier says:

    Very nice. I have a lot of bookends, from simple folded metal to a glamour girl.

  2. Jerry House says:

    Neat bookends, but instead of calling them tubby rabbits, I’d go for lumpy lapins.

  3. Patti Abbott says:

    I love them. They need a place of prominence.

  4. Jeff Meyerson says:

    I love those. We have plain metal ones we use, but most bookshelves are so full we don’t need them. We used to have other, nicer ones – though not as cool as the rabbits – but I think they got broken somewhere along the way.

  5. These are the perfect bookends for your Beatrix Potter collection! I’m reading more books in Jim Butcher’s Harry Dresden series so your bunny bookends are a long way away from the vampires I’m dealing with.

  6. Christophe says:

    Very nice! I feel a bit sorry for those bunnies, though: They make being a bookend look like serious labor.

  7. tracybham says:

    Those are lovely bookends. And the rabbits do look like they are working hard. I like the mat they are on too, at first I thought it was a little rug.

    We don’t have many places to use bookends but I would love to have some skull bookends. I saw some on the link Jeff supplied.

    • That’s right, you’re a fan of skulls, I’d forgotten. I don’t have many places for bookends, but I’m very pleased with these. You’ll see them in place next week. The mat is made of upholstery fabric. Barbara made it a few years ago, one of a set.

  8. Oh I really love those bookends. Those are very cool. I need to get some new ones for books I have here in my office at work. I’ve had the same ones for well over a decade and it is time to mix things up.

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