Clive Roddy Design The Great Wave Off Kanagawa Doorstop

It takes a great wave to keep that door open.

For stubborn doors that keep on closing, use the mighty show stopper force of the Great Wave Off Kanagawa Doorstop. The original design was done by Japanese Ukiyo-e artist Katsushika Hokusai way back in the 1800’s and is one of the best recognized Japanese artwork in the world. This door stopper is made of 6 layers of high quality birch plywood, non-slip rubber bottom and a smooth high quality paint finish that brings new life to this awesome wave.
$25 – $75
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