This is an antique oriental man or boy pencil topper with what I believe is supposed to be a bookmark. The topper itself appears to be a composition type material on metal. The bookmark is cord, glass beads, and thin embroidery type yarn. A gold colored pencil is included.
The vintage topper itself is 2" tall including the metal cylinder that fits over the pencil. The bookmark extends 16" from back of the topper head to end of the fringe.
Other than signs of use to the pencil and a bit of paint loss to the topper, and slight soiling to the cord, it is in nice shape.
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