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Antique Large Cast Iron Garden Urn Signed Mott Fdy, N.Y.C.Antique Large Cast Iron Garden Urn Signed Mott Fdy, N.Y.C.
Date: circa 1870
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Description: Unusual and beautiful large cast iron two part garden urn with elongated vase shaped bowl, labeled in casting on base: 'J.L. Mott Iron Works, N.Y.' This urn is illustrated in a late 19th century J.W. Fiske Iron Works catalogue and titled "Egyptian Vase". The bowl is decorated with a design of stylized spray of leaves and scrolls centering a flower, and has geometric borders. In two original sections the urn measures: 41.5 inches high, the bowl 16 inches wide and has 19 inch square pedestal. This urn has been professionally cleaned, primed and repainted. Circa 1880-1890.

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ANTIQUE PUTTO URN, CAST IRON, 19th centuryANTIQUE PUTTO URN, CAST IRON, 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 with upstretched hands holding the bowl, and standing on a rock form plinth or base. This figural design was patented 1874. 32in H. 23in W. Putto 17in H.

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BENCH, CAST IRON GOTHIC PATTERN, 19TH C.BENCH, CAST IRON GOTHIC PATTERN, 19TH C.
Date: 1870-1900
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Description: Large cast iron garden bench or settee in the Gothic Pattern, mid to late 19th century. 40 inches high, 64 inches wide and 20 inches deep. Patented in England in 1846, this design was copied and patented in the United States by 1848 and listed in several foundry catalogs as 'Gothic Settee'. This bench with a curved crest rail decorated with garlands, arms of C scrolls and cabriole legs, has a horizontal tracery design in the back which gives the settee its name. It has also been called the 'Rose Garden Bench' as it has been used to ornament the White House rose garden. In 1852, the presidential residence had sixty or more green cast iron settees on the grounds. This bench or settee is a rare large size of 64 inches wide and 40 inches high. A smaller example of this bench is in the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and illustrated in "19th Century America,Furniture and Other Decorative Arts" # 119. Ref: Winterthur Portfolio, Vol 20, No. 4, 1985, Ellen Marie Snyder, VICTORY OVER NATURE Victorian Cast-Iron Seating Furniture, pp. 221-242. SOLD

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CHAIRS, SET FIVE CAST IRON CLASSICAL DESIGN, C. 1920CHAIRS, SET FIVE CAST IRON CLASSICAL DESIGN, C. 1920
Date: C. 1920
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Description: Set of five cast iron classical design garden chairs, assembled set of three arm chairs and two side chairs, back splats decorated with a classical urn holding flowers and flanked by leafage swags, with iron rod seats, in recent black paint. Circa 1925 or earlier. This design is inspired by a garden chair design circa 1835 by Prusssian artist Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781-1841) for the Roman Baths in Potsdam Park; inspired by classical Roman examples which were discovered in the 18th century at Pompei and Herculaneum. The Boston company W. A. Snow Iron Works patented this design on Nov. 3, 1925 and illustrated it in their catalog. 30in. H. 19in. W. 18in. D. A bench and one arm chair in addition is also available in the same pattern. It thus would be possible to form a large set of one bench and six chairs in this classical design. Set of five $3500.

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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 campagna-form antique cast iron garden urn on original plinth. 42 inches high and 23 inches wide. 20 square base. With a egg and dart lip and a fluted and lobed bowl, the urn sits high on a large square decorated plinth in old terra cotta color paint. 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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LION CAST IRON DEMILUNE PLANTER, ANTIQUELION CAST IRON DEMILUNE PLANTER, ANTIQUE
Date: early 20th century
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Description: Cast iron demilune or half round planter decorated with three raised panels, each panel with a projecting lion's head. Early 20th century. 12 inches high, 21 inches wide and 10 1/2 inches deep.

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LION HEAD CAST IRON PLANTER POT, SingleLION HEAD CAST IRON PLANTER POT, Single
Date: mid 20th century
Price: $235
Description: Single lion head decorated cast iron planter pot, lobed shape with four panels on side featuring projecting lion heads, in old grey paint with drainage hole, on paw feet. 12 inches high and 16 inches wide. Vintage $235. The lion design of this pot matches other cast iron lion pots also shown in inventory. Similar pair of lion pots also shown in inventory.

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LION HEAD CAST IRON SMALL PLANTER POTLION HEAD CAST IRON SMALL PLANTER POT
Date: mid 20th century
Price: $195
Description: Lobed form cast iron planter pot with four panels featuring a projecting lion head in each panel, resting on paw feet. In old paint and some rust, matching other cast iron lion pots in inventory in design. From collection of iron lion pots. 10 1/2 inches high and 10 inches wide. $195.

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LION PLANTER POT, ROUND CAST IRON LION PLANTER POT, ROUND CAST IRON
Date: mid 20th century
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Description: Large round cast iron planter pot with six raised panels each featuring a projecting head of a lion. In old grey paint, heavy weight and has drainage hole. Mid 20th century. 12 inches high and 20 1/2 inches wide. $400. Other lion head pots also available in inventory.

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PAIR CAST IRON SMALL 19TH C. URNSPAIR CAST IRON SMALL 19TH C. URNS
Date: Mid to late 19th century
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Description: Pair of fine small 19th century cast iron urns with original elaborate handles with flower centers, design on rims, lobed bowls resting on square bases, and painted black. 12 inches high, 17 inches wide and 6 inch square bases. American, 1860-1890. Perfect size for a mantel shelf or other interior space or to place in the garden. Pair $495.

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PAIR CAST IRON URNS, 19TH C. CLASSICAL TAZZA FORM, ENGLISHPAIR CAST IRON URNS, 19TH C. CLASSICAL TAZZA FORM, ENGLISH
Date: late 19th century
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Description: Pair of late 19th century English cast iron two part classical tazza-form urns with lobed wide bowls with egg and dart rims sitting on high plinths decorated with raised classical decoration on four sides, over stepped out bases decorated with classical swags. These urns have exceptional crisp detail and are an excellent height for display. They have been professionally cleaned, primed and repainted a light grey green. 34 inches high, bowl 21 inches wide, and 16 inch square base.

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PAIR GRAPEVINE CAST IRON URNS, LABELED KRAMER BROS. FDYPAIR GRAPEVINE CAST IRON URNS, LABELED KRAMER BROS. FDY
Date: C. 1890-1900
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Description: Pair of labeled cast iron garden urns decorated with wreaths of grapevines under top, with handles and on original plinths that are labeled Kramer Bros.Fdy, Dayton, Ohio. These two part large urns have been professionally cleaned and repainted black. 37 inches high and 24 inches wide. This urn design is illustrated in the Kramer Foundry Catalog Fig. S-55 and titled "Favorite". The Kramer Foundry was established in 1895 by George H. Kramer in partnership with his brothers Henry and Joseph in Dayton, Ohio. They developed a line of cast iron floral urns, lawn settees, chairs and ornamental accessories, many times copying designs from European foundries. They discontinued production in 1950. SOLD

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PAIR LION HEAD CAST IRON PLANTER POTSPAIR LION HEAD CAST IRON PLANTER POTS
Date: mid 20th century
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Description: Pair of lobed cast iron planter pots decorated with panels featuring projecting lion heads, resting on paw feet. In old grey paint, heavy weight and with drainage hole. 10 1/2 inches high and 13 1/2 inches wide. Pair $475. Other lion head pots also available in inventory.

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PAIR OF CAST IRON GARDEN URNS LABELED JANES BEEBE & CO.PAIR OF CAST IRON GARDEN URNS LABELED JANES BEEBE & CO.
Date: Circa 1850
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Description: Large pair of two part classical cast iron garden urns on tall plinths, bowls with handles ending in the form of classical heads, and encircled with wide bands of floral and leafage, and impressed labeled on beaded rims "Janes Beebe & Co. New York. Circa 1850. 47"high. SOLD

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PAIR URNS, ANTIQUE CAST IRON, TWO PART,  CLASSICAL FORM, 27 INCHES HIGHPAIR URNS, ANTIQUE CAST IRON, TWO PART, CLASSICAL FORM, 27 INCHES HIGH
Date: 19TH CENTURY
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Description: Pair of classical form antique cast iron garden urns, two parts with lobed bowls with egg and dart design on rims and decorated handles resting on original square plinths. This is an assembled pair, same in design but one urn is one half inch lower than the other, but not noticed when separated. One urn has old repair on the rim. Newly cleaned and professionally painted a grey green. Sold as a pair.

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PHILADELPHIA CAST IRON URN 19TH C.PHILADELPHIA CAST IRON URN 19TH C.
Date: Circa 1880
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Description: Large Philadelphia cast iron garden urn with beautiful and distinctive upturned handles with openwork floral design, unique to Philadelphia area foundries. Two part, with large round bowl decorated with gothic arches resting on original square decorated pedestal base or plinth. Third quarter of the 19th century. This urn is illustrated in a 19th century Wm. Adams Foundry catalog. Professionally cleaned, primed and repainted verdigris blue-green color. 50 inches high, 35 inches wide and 17 inch square base.

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SET OF SETTEE & 4 CHAIRS, ALUMINUM BY FLORENTINE CRAFTSMEN CO.SET OF SETTEE & 4 CHAIRS, ALUMINUM BY FLORENTINE CRAFTSMEN CO.
Date: C. 1950
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Description: Star and Dolphin pattern aluminum set of garden furniture consisting of garden bench or settee and four matching chairs of classical design, circa 1950, made by Florentine Craftsmen, Long Island City, N.Y. This company was founded in 1918 by Vincent Pimavera an Italian immigrant iron worker. It was noted for its fine botanical themed garden furniture in wrought and cast iron and aluminum. The double chair backed settee and four large arm chairs are of heavy finely cast welded aluminum with a crest rail of classical drape over elongated diamonds with centered stars, arms ending with terminals of dolphins, open work seat design of scrolled foliage and curved stretchers below. Bench has traces of old black paint, and chairs have been cleaned of old paint. Circa 1950-60. Bench is 31 inches high, 42 inches wide and 24 inches deep. This handsome set is a heavy weight and being aluminum will never rust.

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TEA CART, WOODARD FURNITURE CO. WROUGHT IRON,  CIRCA 1950TEA CART, WOODARD FURNITURE CO. WROUGHT IRON, CIRCA 1950
Date: C. 1950
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Description: Vintage Woodard Furniture Co., Owosso, Michigan, wrought iron tea cart with removable tray, leafage decoration,and on ball bearing casters with hard rubber wheels. Quality construction. Circa 1950. This tea card has been cleaned and professionally repainted a teal green. 31 inches high, 17 1/2 inches wide and 31 inches deep.

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TULIP URNS, PAIR, CAST IRON, LABELED WALBRIDGE FDYTULIP URNS, PAIR, CAST IRON, LABELED WALBRIDGE FDY
Date: 19th c.
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Description: Unusual pair of large cast iron Tulip Urns, 19th century, two part, with elongated flaring lobed bowls ending in scalloped rims, sitting on square plinths, in a crisp botanical pattern called 'Tulip Urn'. This pair is a large size which will make an outstanding focal point when placed. Each urn is labeled 'Walbridge Co. Buffalo, N.Y." in casting on the plinth or base. The Walbridge Foundry was founded in 1869 and was listed under this name from 1885-1900. 36 inches high 29 1/2 inches wide and with 15 inch square plinths.

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URN, ANTIQUE CAST IRON, 19TH CENTURY, KRAMER FOUNDRY, DAYTON, OHIOURN, ANTIQUE CAST IRON, 19TH CENTURY, KRAMER FOUNDRY, DAYTON, OHIO
Date: LATE 19TH CENTURY
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Description: Antique cast iron four part garden urn, all original, with flared and fluted ribbed bowl over shell knob decorated reservoir, resting on decorative socle and high square decorated plinth. Kramer Bros. Foundry, Dayton, Ohio and shown in their catalog. This "metal flower vase" design was named "Queen" in the foundry catalog. Circa 1890-1900. 37 inches high, 20 inches wide, and 16 inch square base.

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URN, LARGE CAST IRON, DECORATION ON BOWL, ANTIQUEURN, LARGE CAST IRON, DECORATION ON BOWL, ANTIQUE
Date: 19th century
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Description: Large antique cast iron two part garden urn with round shaped bowl with decorative border and medial bold applied scroll decoration, resting on associated plinth. This urn has been professionally cleaned, primed, and painted teal green. American, late 19th century, attributed to the Kramer Foundry, Dayton, Ohio. Shown in their foundry catalog this design urn was named "Floral". 38 inches high, 27 inches wide, and 15 1/2 inches square plinth.

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WALL FOUNTAIN OR PLANTER, CAST IRON WITH  LION HEAD, 19TH CWALL FOUNTAIN OR PLANTER, CAST IRON WITH LION HEAD, 19TH C
Date: 19TH CENTURY
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Description: Unusual cast iron wall fountain or planter with large projecting lion head, 19th century. 30 inches high, 16 inches wide and 9 inches deep. Provenance: Estate of Philadelphia architect. $675.

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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.

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WIREWORK PLANT STAND, ANTIQUE, ROUND, 19TH C.WIREWORK PLANT STAND, ANTIQUE, ROUND, 19TH C.
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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