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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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CURTAIN PATTERN CAST IRON BENCH OR SETTEE, SAMUEL S. BENT & SON, N.Y.CURTAIN PATTERN CAST IRON BENCH OR SETTEE, SAMUEL S. BENT & SON, N.Y.
Date: 1880-1890
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Description: Antique cast iron Curtain Pattern bench or settee labeled in casting on crest rail S.S. Bent & Son, N.Y. 37 inches high, 46 inches wide and 18 inches deep. 1880-1890. With three back panels with scrolls and a scrolled pierced seat this popular Curtain pattern was a combination of many design elements and cast by several foundries. The Samuel B. Bent foundry was established in 1850 and taken over by his son in 1865 when he constructed a new foundry in Port Chester, N.Y. and operated until 1893. This bench has been professionally cleaned and painted a light green.

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GOTHIC  CAST IRON BENCH OR SETTEE, 46 in wideGOTHIC CAST IRON BENCH OR SETTEE, 46 in wide
Date: late 19th or early 20th century
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Description: This "Gothic" bench or settee design was patented in 1846 by the Carron Foundry of Scotland and was copied by many American foundries and patented in the U.S. in 1848. The Gothic name comes from the arch design of the back. It is often called the "Rose Garden" pattern since it has be used in the White House Rose Garden since 1913 up to today. This bench has multiple layers of old weathered paint and dates late 19th century or very early 20th century. It measures 36 inches high, 46 inches wide and 20 inches deep. Note: a larger bench in this pattern is also available, see inventory #16011.

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GOTHIC CAST IRON BENCH OR SETTEE, LARGE, ANTIQUE, 65 inches wideGOTHIC CAST IRON BENCH OR SETTEE, LARGE, ANTIQUE, 65 inches wide
Date: 19th century
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Description: Rare very large cast iron garden bench or settee in the "Gothic" pattern, 19th century. This design was patented in England in 1846 by the Carron Foundry of Scotland and the later copied by American foundries and patented in the U.S. in 1848. The "Gothic" name comes from the arched pattern of the back. It was cast by several important 19th century American foundries such as Janes, Beebe & Co., J.L. Mott Iron Works, J.W. Fiske and others in the 19th century. This pattern is often called the "Rose Garden" pattern since it has been used in the White House Rose Garden since 1913 up to today. This large bench with the provenance of an Eastern Shore of Maryland estate measures: 37 inches high, 65 inches wide and 21 inches deep.

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LARGE WIRE SETTEE OR BENCH,  19TH CENTURY VICTORIANLARGE WIRE SETTEE OR BENCH, 19TH CENTURY VICTORIAN
Date: 19th century
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Description: Exceptionally large American 19th century wire work and wrought iron garden bench decorated with a roll on top of back and arms, scrolled back, and fanned scrolls on legs, painted black. Heavy weight and a graphic design for the garden, garden room or porch. 37 inches high, 72 inches wide and 29 inches deep. Mid 19th century the iron foundries invented machines to extrude heavy wire to make fencing and then garden furniture such as settees, chairs, plant stands, trellis and even bird cages, which became extremely popular for use indoors and out.

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PAIR ANTIQUE WROUGHT STEEL GARDEN BENCHES OR SETTEESPAIR ANTIQUE WROUGHT STEEL GARDEN BENCHES OR SETTEES
Date: second half 19th century
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Description: Rare pair of 19th century wrought steel garden benches or settees, heavy weight and riveted construction. These benches have been professionally cleaned and repainted light green. Second half of 19th century, American. Provenance: Brooklyn,N.Y. estate. 38 inches high, 44 inches wide and 24 inches deep.

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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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PLANT STAND, WIRE WORK, ANTIQUE TWO TIERPLANT STAND, WIRE WORK, ANTIQUE TWO TIER
Date: late 19th or early 20th century
Price: $225
Description: Attractive and useful narrow wire plant stand with one wide tier and display basket top, painted grey-white. Late 19th or early 20th century. 39 inches high, 33 inches wide, 13 inches deep. In the mid 19th century machines were invented to extrude heavy steel wire and then metal companies were formed that made heavy wire fencing and then curvilinear forms of wire garden furniture that withstood all climatic conditions and were thus ideal for outdoor use, such as plant stands, trellis, chairs, settees or benches, bird cages and other forms. These became extremely popular because they were lighter in weight than cast iron and easily movable indoors and in the garden. $225.

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RUSTIC PATTERN CAST IRON BENCH, ANTIQUE 19TH CENTURYRUSTIC PATTERN CAST IRON BENCH, ANTIQUE 19TH CENTURY
Date: Mid to late 19th century
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Description: Antique "Rustic" pattern cast iron garden bench or settee in design of oak branches, leaves and acorns with the end supports of entwined snakes. 19th century American. This is a beautiful example of one of the earliest botanical patterns cast in iron, originally in England, as early as 1840, and then immediately copied by American foundries. This pattern is often mistakenly called "Twig". In old white paint this naturalistic designed seat would be a beautiful focal point in any style garden. 31 inches high, 35 inches wide and 21 inches deep

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WIRE BENCH, 19TH CENTURY VICTORIAN WITH CUSHIONWIRE BENCH, 19TH CENTURY VICTORIAN WITH CUSHION
Date: CIRCA 1896
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Description: Antique heavy steel wire work settee or bench labeled on back 'Scheeler & Sons, Buffalo, N.Y.'Located at 316-32 Terrace St. Buffalo, N.Y.this company was formerly Buffalo Wire Works, and advertised 'wire goods, wirework and artistic metal work of all kinds.' Circa 1896. This elaborately designed settee or bench with the rolled crest rail, shaped seat and decorative scroll work has been professionally cleaned, primed and repainted and comes with a custom black chintz cushion. 38 inches high, 54 inches wide and 24 inches deep. Circa 1896.

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WIRE GARDEN CHAIR, SINGLE, ANTIQUE WIRE GARDEN CHAIR, SINGLE, ANTIQUE
Date: late 19th century
Price: $295
Description: Single wire work garden chair with high back, shaped stretchers and curled feet. Late 19th century. 35 1/2 inches high 16 1/2 inches wide and 17 inches deep. $295. By the 19th century, furniture makers took advantage of technological advances in the manufacture of metal and began using reinforced steel wire first to make fencing and then to make elaborate and fancy chairs, benches, plant stands etc. that could withstand all climate conditions and were thus ideal for outdoor use. And because they were portable they were widely used from lawns to porches to interiors. Catalogs of ironwork manufacturers from the second half of the 19th century features all sorts of elaborate wire designs for plant stands, settees, bird cages and even cradles, all made of steel wire for interior and outdoor use.

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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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WIRE SETTEE OR GARDEN BENCH, ANTIQUEWIRE SETTEE OR GARDEN BENCH, ANTIQUE
Date: late 19th or early 20th century
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Description: Antique wire and wrought iron heavy garden bench with arched back, scroll work decoration and curled feet, and with remains of old flaking and crusty white paint. Most of original zinc coating or galvanizing remains on bench to prevent rusting. This bench could easily be wire brushed of old paint and repainted any color to make a decorative addition to any garden setting. 39 inches high, 46 1/4 inches wide and 19 inches deep. Late 19th or very early 20th century.

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