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Foozled stoneware bookend - Royal Doulton circa 1900

Foozled stoneware bookend modeled by J. B. Harding and produced by Royal Doulton of Lambeth, England, circa 1900. Foozle means to botch or bungle. On the golf course, it is a botched or bungled attempt at a shot resulting in a poor result. This foozled golfer has hit such a bad slice, he cannot find his ball. The Foozled bookend is a pair with the Fed Up bookend.

Maker:

Royal Doulton

England

circa 1900

Model #:

Stoneware

bookend

Size:

medium

Height:

4 3/4"

Foozled stoneware bookend - Royal Doulton circa 1900
Foozled stoneware bookend - Royal Doulton circa 1900
Foozled stoneware bookend - Royal Doulton circa 1900
Foozled stoneware bookend - Royal Doulton circa 1900
Foozled stoneware bookend - Royal Doulton circa 1900
Foozled stoneware bookend - Royal Doulton circa 1900
Foozled stoneware bookend - Royal Doulton circa 1900
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