Radcliffe Camera Bookends

A testament to the beautiful architecture of our home city, this pair of bookends come together to form a wonderfully detailed representation the Radcliffe Camera.

Designed by the architect James Gibbs and built between 1737 and 1749 using a bequest from John Radcliffe, a noted doctor, the Rad Cam quickly became an iconic Oxford building because of its striking circular design. It is still used as a reading room as part of the world-renowned Bodleian library, and is one of the most recognisable buildings in Oxford.

This beautiful feat of craftsmanship is made from traditional British gypsum plaster in Bath by noted architectural modellers Timothy Richards, to an incredible level of detail. If your bookshelf deserves the finest pair of bookends you will ever see, look no further. 

Bookends (together):

Height: 278mm
Width: 229mm 
Depth: 140mm


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