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Like to keep your books in line? These solid, architectural looking bookends are hewn from local stone by artisans at Atuto in Honduras and will never wobble or topple. When they’re not holding heavy books in place, they do double duty as simple sculptural objects in minimalist vignettes. No two pieces are the same, the way nature designed it. The color ranges from light grey to darker charcoal tones to a light sand color with a rosy tint. However each pair is cut from one stone ensuring that the color is consistent within the pair. Sold as a pair.
Atuto founder, Holland Millis, has worked with skilled craft-workers in Honduras for decades. A former Peace Corps volunteer from North Carolina, he leads the Atuto group in Sabanagrande, Honduras, which produces pieces made from clay, metal, stone, fiber, and wood. (Read more) Material: Sustainable river stone.