SuperiorMaker Celebrates Louvre's New $1.8 Million Doorstop With Deep Discount

Special limited-time discount of over 40% on four-packs of company's top-quality, all-surface doorstops will appeal to gift-givers and end users alike, SuperiorMaker reports

France's world-famous Louvre museum has just taken possession of a doorstop valued at over $1.8 million. The nearly 300-year-old bust of Sir John Gordon will no longer hold open the door of a Scottish industrial shed, instead occupying a place of honor before the Louvre's 12 million annual visitors. With this valuable artifact taking on a prominent new role, SuperiorMaker has slashed the prices of its own highly regarded doorstops. Discounted over forty percent compared to standard retail pricing, the company's versatile, all-surface doorstops carry lifetime guarantees and are available now at

"Being able to hold a door open securely is one of those things the value of which consistently becomes clear," said SuperiorMaker representative Phillip Donaldson, "Whether for making it easier to bring in a load of groceries or to let in some fresh air on a pleasant day, a good doorstop will always provide some truly useful service. As a result, we regularly see even exceptionally valuable items like the Louvre's recent acquisition being used for this purpose. We're happy to be able to offer far more capable doorstops at an extremely affordable price. Our stylish black rubber
doorstops perform perfectly just about anywhere, come with a money-back guarantee, and are available now at a major discount."

Searching for the robes of a former provost, Scottish Highlands Councillor Maxine Smith stumbled across an antique bust that was being used to hold open the door of a shed at an industrial facility in the small village of Balintore. That 1728 sculpture by French artist Edme Bouchardon has since been valued at £1.4 million, the equivalent of over 1.8 million U.S. dollars, and will now be displayed at the Louvre in Paris before being traveling on to the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.

With an antique Chinese vase once used as a doorstop having fetched over $1 million at auction this summer, 2016 has been an especially notable year for items with such functional histories. As one of the world's leading producers and sellers of doorstops and other useful household items, SuperiorMaker has now launched a special sale on one of the company's most popular products in celebration.

Visitors to the company's storefront will find four-packs of high-quality superiormaker doorstops on sale at a 44% discount compared to normal retail pricing. Sized perfectly for a range of standard home and office door heights, the attractive black-rubber doorstops grip securely on surfaces of all kinds, including carpet. With a lifetime, money-back guarantee on every doorstop, each purchase also comes with two free e-books covering popular home design topics. Shoppers can even make use of special codes listed on the Amazon product page to secure deeper discounts on larger orders of SuperiorMaker products.

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