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ANTIQUE CAST IRON PUTTO URN,  19th centuryANTIQUE CAST IRON PUTTO URN, 19th century
Date: 19 th century
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Description: Unusual cast iron garden urn with large round bowl with bottom leafage design and sawtooth bottom collar, over pedestal base in form of classical putto or cherub with upstretched hands holding the bowl, and standing on a rock form plinth or base. This figural design was patented 1874 and is a rare planter design to find today. 32in H. 23in W. Putto 17in H.

Part of our collection of: Planters/Urns in Garden Antiques
Antique Gilt Decorated Mahogany Pier Table, PhilaAntique Gilt Decorated Mahogany Pier Table, Phila
Date: circa 1830
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Description: Important carved and gilt-decorated mahogany pier table, Philadelphia, circa 1830, attributed to Anthony G. Quervelle (1789-1856). This piece has the Quervelle characteristics of classical gilt stencil decoration, columns with gilded carved capitals, pie-shaped shelf profile with circle of gilt decoration, the original mirror framed in gilt stenciling, and gilded melon carved feet. Original white marble top. Owner's label mounted inside frame: 'Owned by Sabina Catherine Escher B. 1791 D. 1862. Wife of Johan Nicholas Baurvon Sachsen'. 37in H. 42in W. 19 3/4in D. This table is illustrated in the 2008 issue of 'American Furniture' The Chipstone Foundation Journal, Luke Beckerdite Editor, in the article 'Philadelphia Pier Tables and Their Role in Cultures of Sociability and Competition' by Nicholas C. Vincent, p. 88. Ref:The Magazine Antiques, May 1973, pp. 984-994, 'The Furnitue of Anthony G. Quervelle-Part I The Pier Tables' by Robert C. Smith.

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Baltimore Classical Painted and Gilt Decorated BenchBaltimore Classical Painted and Gilt Decorated Bench
Date: circa 1820
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Description: Antique 19th c. Baltimore classical black painted and gilt decorated bench or settee with brass rosettes, circa 1820. This bench is based on a classical design by Benjamin Henry Latrobe made for the White House of President Madison. His furniture burned in 1814 but the original sketches survive. Has wooden cylindrical and upholstered arms, based on designs of Roman couches, a caned seat over deeply reeded and gilded legs,and original pressed brass mounts on the front feet. Now has custom green silk pad. Restoration to the gilt. This is a rare desirable form in Baltimore furniture. 26in H 78in W 21in D. Ref:'BALTIMORE PAINTED FURNITURE 1800-1840' by William Voss Elder, # 34, PAGE 59.

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GARDEN PLANTER, ANTIQUE CAST STONE WITH AGGREGATE, SINGLEGARDEN PLANTER, ANTIQUE CAST STONE WITH AGGREGATE, SINGLE
Date: CIRCA 1910
Price: $85
Description: Large antique round cast stone planter pot decorated with heavy marble aggregate, and with raised exterior design. Has drainage hole. 11 inches H. 16 inches W. Circa 1910. Philadelphia. $85.

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LARGE CAST IRON URN, CAMPAGNA FORM, ANTIQUELARGE CAST IRON URN, CAMPAGNA FORM, ANTIQUE
Date: late 19th century
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Description: A large late 19th century campagna-form antique cast iron garden urn on original plinth or base. American. 42 inches high and 23 inches wide. 20 square base. With a egg and dart designed lip and a fluted and lobed bowl, the urn sits high on a large square decorated original plinth. This urn has been professionally cleaned and repainted a light green color. This traditional form of garden urn with its upturned bell shape relates to early Greek vases from antiquity. Over the centuries single large urns have often been placed in the center of a garden as a focal point to be admired as an object of taste and refinement.

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MIRROR, ANTIQUE GILTWOOD, CIRCA 1820MIRROR, ANTIQUE GILTWOOD, CIRCA 1820
Date: CIRCA 1820
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Description: Antique giltwood mirror with original mirror glass, original gilded half baluster frame with ring turnings and gilt metal rosette mounts in each corner, circa 1820, with beautiful bright gilding. American. 34 1/2in H. 17 1/4in W.

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New England Federal Secretary DeskNew England Federal Secretary Desk
Date: 19th century
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Description: Antique New England federal carved mahogany secretary desk, circa 1820, in two parts with original rosette and bail brasses, scrolled and reeded cornice over doors opening to shelves over base with folding writing surface above three drawers resting on turned legs. Provenance: Family of Mrs Boyd Guild of Providence, Rhode Island. Part of the furnishings of her Castine, Maine home.

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PAIR CAST STONE SWAG DECORATED PLANTER POTS, ANTIQUEPAIR CAST STONE SWAG DECORATED PLANTER POTS, ANTIQUE
Date: Early 20th century
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Description: Pair of round cast stone planter pots decorated with floral swags, with weathered patina. English, early 20th century. 14 inches high, 19 inches wide. $495. pair.

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PAIR FRENCH CAST STONE PLANTER POTS, ANTIQUE, EARLY 20TH C.PAIR FRENCH CAST STONE PLANTER POTS, ANTIQUE, EARLY 20TH C.
Date: Early 20th century
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Description: Pair of large French cast stone garden pots in a flaring vertical shape with wide fluting, sitting on round bases. These have drainage holes. 19 inches high, and 18 inches wide. Pair $1200.

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SECRETARY BOOKCASE,  ANTIQUE PHILADELPHIA,  C. 1830, ATTRIBUTED TO ANTHONY QUERVELLESECRETARY BOOKCASE, ANTIQUE PHILADELPHIA, C. 1830, ATTRIBUTED TO ANTHONY QUERVELLE
Date: 1825-1835
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Description: Antique museum quality classical carved mahogany secretary bookcase, Philadelphia, 1825-1835, attributed to Anthony G. Quervelle. Circa 1830. H.101 in. W. 45 in. D. 23.5 in. This beautiful Philadelphia secretary has a cornice with spiral carving over glazed doors with gothic arched mullions, below there are two writing surfaces: a standup pull out writing drawer with a raised writing board, and below a pull out fitted writing compartment with an ebonized maple interior with ten drawers and the original gilt brass pulls. This fitted interior is virtually identical to the interior of a labeled Quervelle secretary bookcase owned by the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute in Utica, N. Y. and illustrated in their book "Masterpieces of American Furniture from the Munson-Williams -Proctor Institute" by Anna Tobin D'Ambrosio. The spiral carved columns on this piece are also shown in the above book in an illustration of a manuscript pattern book with script notations in Quervelle's handwriting. See: pages 60-61. The double paneled doors below open to an interior with three pull out full size trays. The secretary has all original locks and keys. Provenance available to purchaser. Please call for pricing.

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WALL FOUNTAIN, CAST IRON, ANTIQUE EUROPEANWALL FOUNTAIN, CAST IRON, ANTIQUE EUROPEAN
Date: 19th century
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Description: Antique cast iron wall fountain, European. 19th century. 34 inches high, 19 inches wide and 11 1/2 inches deep. This fountain has fine detail in the casting and has been professionally cleaned and repainted white. It is heavy weight and could also be used as a wall planter.

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WIRE CHAIR, SINGLE, 19TH CENTURYWIRE CHAIR, SINGLE, 19TH CENTURY
Date: Late 19th or early 20th c.
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Description: Antique steel wirework garden chair in fanciful design, heavy weight, painted black. This wirework furniture was very popular in the late 19th century and early 20th century and was used both in the garden and in the home. 35 inches high, 24 1/2 inches wide.

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WIRE OVAL PLANT STAND, ANTIQUEWIRE OVAL PLANT STAND, ANTIQUE
Date: Mid to late 19th century
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Description: Elaborate antique steel wire work oval plant stand on original casters with crown pot holder on top over oval main shelf and crown pot holder below. Has pointed wire work borders, fancy scroll work and curved legs to make an exceptional antique wire plant stand. Professionally cleaned and painted black. Mid to late 19th century. Perfect for a garden room or exterior garden area. 46 inches high, 34 inches deep and 25 inches wide. By the mid 19th century iron foundries making furniture took advantage of technological advances in the manufacture of metal by using reinforced steel wire to make elaborate chairs, benches and tables that would withstand climate conditions and thus were ideal for outdoor use. SOLD

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WIRE SETTEE OR BENCH, ANTIQUEWIRE SETTEE OR BENCH, ANTIQUE
Date: Circa 1900
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Description: Antique wire work garden settee or bench in heavy steel wire. This decorative and heavy settee has been professionally cleaned and repainted. Circa 1900. 38 inches high, 54 inches wide, and 21 inches deep. Fanciful wire work furniture became very popular in the second half of the 19th century when wire work companies sold many varieties of wire pieces such as plant stands, chairs and settees, bird cages, trellis and even cradles. These pieces could be easily moved to be placed outdoors, on porches or verandas or indoors. $450.

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WIRE SETTEE OR GARDEN BENCH,  ANTIQUE, RECTANGULARWIRE SETTEE OR GARDEN BENCH, ANTIQUE, RECTANGULAR
Date: late 19th or early 20th century
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Description: Antique wire work rectangular form settee with wrought iron frame, of heavy crimped wire, with square back and sides decorated with scrolls and circles and sitting on square feet. Circa 1900. Heavy wire was extremely popular for many forms of garden furniture such as plant stands, tables and chairs, settees and arbors during the late 19th century into the early 20th century. This heavy garden settee has several layers of old paint. It is a good size to place in many areas to give a light airy garden look and a comfortable seat. 33 inches high, 44 inches wide and 20 inches deep.

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WIREWORK PLANT STAND, ANTIQUE, 19TH C. VICTORIANWIREWORK PLANT STAND, ANTIQUE, 19TH C. VICTORIAN
Date: 19TH C.
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Description: Antique round wire-work plant stand with intricate patterned border at the top, and scrolled and curled wrought iron legs ending in curled feet. In the 19th century machines were invented to extrude wire that was first used for fencing and then fanciful wire-work garden items such as plant stands,chairs and gazebos which became very popular for use in interiors and exteriors in the Victorian period. The foundries featured them in their catalogs along with cast iron urns and seating. This is a heavy round wire plant stand of that period. The round form is unusual. It has been stripped, primed and repainted a light green. 32 inches high 27 1/2 inches wide.

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