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9 PIECES SET OF WROUGHT STEEL GARDEN BENCHES AND CHAIRS, 19TH C.9 PIECES SET OF WROUGHT STEEL GARDEN BENCHES AND CHAIRS, 19TH C.
Date: 1880-1900
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Description: Exceptional and rare large set of antique wrought steel garden benches and matching chairs with scrolled arms, backs and seats, circa 1880-1900. American. With very heavy riveted construction, and very comfortable design, the set consists of three benches and six matching chairs, nine pieces. Available in old white and green paint, they can also be professionally cleaned and painted to any custom color of your choice. A smaller set of one bench and two chairs also available from the larger set.

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American Painted Wood Cottage TableAmerican Painted Wood Cottage Table
Date: 19th century
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Description: 19th C. American painted wood cottage table with original brown paint. The top panel is beautifully painted with leaves and scrolls. Signed underneath in pencil 'Selina Bouy'. Charming, circa 1870

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Antique Classical Carved Mahogany Boston Pier Table, Original Egyptian Marble, c.1825Antique Classical Carved Mahogany Boston Pier Table, Original Egyptian Marble, c.1825
Date: C. 1825
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Description: Antique classical carved mahogany Boston pier table with original Egyptian black and gold marble top over flame veneered mahogany apron, cabriole legs with finely carved ancanthus leaves, resting on platform backed with original mirror plate. Circa 1825. Boston 37H. 42 1/2W. 19D.

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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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Antique Mahogany Card Table Attributed to Duncan Phyfe, New YorkAntique Mahogany Card Table Attributed to Duncan Phyfe, New York
Date: 1830-40
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Description: New York mahogany D-shaped card table, attributed to Duncan Phyfe, 1830-40. This is a classical New York pedestal based card table in the Restauration taste, with beautiful figured veneers, superb construction, turreted feet, and the original marbelized lining paper. The folding top swivels open to a well with original lining paper. The masterful construction includes: four rear edge tenons to align top when opened, exceptional figured veneers, corner of frame with saw cuts to make stronger top, iron rods and bolts to secure frame, vertical cylinder feet. 30in H. 36in W. 18in D.

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ANTIQUE ROUND TILT TOP TABLE, 19TH C.ANTIQUE ROUND TILT TOP TABLE, 19TH C.
Date: Late 19th century
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Description: Round cast iron tilt top table with decorative border around the top, over ornate baluster pedestal base ending in tripartite feet. The hinged top tilts and locks upright for display or storage. Signed in two places in the casting: 'Rudy Groeger', probably name of foundry maker. Late 19th century. This form was called a center or conservatory table in the 19th century and was placed in a garden or conservatory with chairs for serving light fare. This table form was illustrated in many 19th century iron foundry trade catalogs. American. 29 1/2 inches high, 28 inches wide. 48 inches high when tilted. Another similar table in this form with a decorative pierced top is also listed under item #13309, Zodiac Table, on this site.

Part of our collection of: Tables in Garden Antiques
ANTIQUE ZODIAC TABLE, CAST IRON, 19TH CENTURYANTIQUE ZODIAC TABLE, CAST IRON, 19TH CENTURY
Date: 19th Century
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Description: 19th century cast iron pierced round top garden or conservatory table with open work tilt top decorated with astrological symbols, over center pedestal resting on tripod base. This form of garden table was listed in the 19th century foundry catalogs as a 'Conservatory' table. Circa 1860-1880. American. This table is beautifully cast with exceptional detail in the design. For a similar table with a solid top please see item #14170. 29in H. 32in W.

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CARD TABLE,  BALTIMORE PEDESTAL BASED, 1815-1830CARD TABLE, BALTIMORE PEDESTAL BASED, 1815-1830
Date: 1815-1830
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Description: Baltimore pedestal based carved mahogany card table with reeded edge single board top, flame veneered apron, center pedestal with urn and ring turnings, over four sabre legs with deep pointed reeding, resting on brass paw feet on casters. 1815-1830. Constructed from the best of mahoganies, this is a beautiful heavy table. The bold pedestal form was very fashionable in Baltimore in the early l9th century. 29 1/2in H. 37 1/2in W. 18 1/2in D. See: 'Furniture in Maryland 1740-1940' by Gregory Weidman, pp. 183-186.

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CARD TABLE, BALTIMORE PEDESTAL BASED, C. 1815-1830CARD TABLE, BALTIMORE PEDESTAL BASED, C. 1815-1830
Date: Circa 1815-1830
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Description: Baltimore carved mahogany pedestal based card table with veneered rotating top, over ringed pedestal column with beautifully carved lobed vase, resting on sabre legs with deep reeding, ending in large brass paw feet on casters. The best of mahoganies was used in this heavy table. This bold pedestal form was very fashionable in Baltimore in the early l9th century and the design was used for card tables and also for high style dining tables, pembroke tables and writing tables by all the leading cabinetshops. 29 3/4in H. 38in W. 19in D. closed. Open 38in x 38in

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FRENCH GARDEN TABLE, WROUGHT IRON AND MARBLE. CIRCA 1920FRENCH GARDEN TABLE, WROUGHT IRON AND MARBLE. CIRCA 1920
Date: C. 1920
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Description: Antique French wrought iron garden table with white marble top, in old salmon color paint, with decorative openwork apron, curled legs decorated with medallions and stretchers with fleur de lis. The top is white Italian marble. Circa 1920. $1500. Table 29 inches high, 50 inches wide. Marble top 26 1/2 inches by 47 1/2 inches.

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GARDEN TABLE, ANTIQUE ROUND STONE TOP OVER WROUGHT IRON BASE, 31 INCHES WIDEGARDEN TABLE, ANTIQUE ROUND STONE TOP OVER WROUGHT IRON BASE, 31 INCHES WIDE
Date: Early 20th
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Description: Round garden table with reddish solid 1/2 inch stone top over heavy wrought iron base with scrolls and curls with four feet. Iron base has been prime coated. 26 1/2 inches high, 31 inches wide.

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HORSE STABLE FITTINGS, 19TH C., WM. ADAMS FDYHORSE STABLE FITTINGS, 19TH C., WM. ADAMS FDY
Date: Circa 1870
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Description: Pair of antique cast iron horse stable dividers with horseshoe decoration. Each labeled in casting "ADAMS 962 N. 9TH" (PHILA). The William Adams Foundry in Philadelphia was a major ornamental iron work foundry operating from 1872 to 1929. These would be installed in horse stalls in a horse stable barn. 72 inches high and 26 inches wide.

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IRON ROUND TABLE, MODERN, BALUSTER PEDESTAL BASEIRON ROUND TABLE, MODERN, BALUSTER PEDESTAL BASE
Date: modern
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Description: Round iron/steel table with baluster form center pedestal resting on square base. Top screws on base for easy removal for shipping or storage. Beautifully constructed, heavy weight and good size. Elegant and architectural design that will blend in any setting. Modern. In grey primer finish. Can be painted any color of your choice. 30 3/4 inches high, and 41 3/4 inches wide.

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MARBLE BUST OF ANACREON LYRIC GREEK POET, 19TH C.MARBLE BUST OF ANACREON LYRIC GREEK POET, 19TH C.
Date: 19th century
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Description: Carved white marble portrait bust of Anacreon (570 BC.-488 BC.) an early Greek lyric poet, notable for his drinking songs and hymns. 19th century. The music of our national anthem, the 'Star Spangled Banner' written by Francis Scott Key, was taken from one of Anacreon's songs 'To Anacreon in Heaven'. In the 19th century a gentlemen's social and drinking club was formed in Baltimore and popularized this 18th century English drinking song. Anacreon is depicted here with tousled curls entwined with leaves and berries and with a mustache and beard of individual curling locks, denoting his wisdom and age. 18 inches high, 15 inches wide, and 11 inches deep.

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PAIR OF FRANCOIS A. CARRE DOUBLE SEAT SETTEESPAIR OF FRANCOIS A. CARRE DOUBLE SEAT SETTEES
Date: very early 20th c.
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Description: Pair Francois Carre designed double seat garden settees, wrought iron with flexible curved spring-form bent steel seats and backs and a decorative wrought iron connector design between the seats. Early 20th century. This innovative French design was patented in the U.S. in 1866 by Francois Carre and then purchased by Lalance & Grosjean, a French hardware company in New York at 273 Pearl Street. Because bent-steel was strong, elastic and comfortable, chairs of this design were popular well into the 20th century. 35 1/2 inches high, 36 1/2 inches wide and 24 inches deep. These chairs have been professionally cleaned, primed and repainted. Provenance: Genevieve E.'Bunnie' Dupont, (1915-2014), president of the Garden Club of America. SOLD

Part of our collection of: Benches in Garden Antiques
PAIR STEEL WIRE CHAIRS, HIGH BACK, 19TH CENTURYPAIR STEEL WIRE CHAIRS, HIGH BACK, 19TH CENTURY
Date: Mid to late 19th century
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Description: Pair high back steel woven wire work garden chairs, heavy weight with large oval seats bordered with a zig zag pattern apron, on shaped legs resting on curled feet. These elegant chairs make a graphic statement in any garden, garden room or porch setting. 41 1/2 inches high, 18 inches wide and 18 inches deep. Mid 19th century in America the machines were invented to extrude heavy steel wire which was first used for fencing and then elaborate garden pieces such as chairs, tables, plant stands, trellis etc. which were extremely popular into the 20th century for use indoors and out.

Part of our collection of: Chairs in Garden Antiques
PAPER MACHE CRUMBER, ANTIQUE, GILT DECORATIONPAPER MACHE CRUMBER, ANTIQUE, GILT DECORATION
Date: l9th c.
Price: $75
Description: Antique paper mache crumber painted black with the original elaborate gilt decoration, English, 19th century. This would have been used with a small brush at the dining table after a meal to gather crumbs from the table cloth. Excellent condition. 10 inches H. 10 inches W.

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PIAZZA CHAIRS, PAIR CAST IRON, EARLY 20TH C.PIAZZA CHAIRS, PAIR CAST IRON, EARLY 20TH C.
Date: early 20th century
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Description: Pair of cast iron Piazza Chairs, early 20th century. Piazza is an Italian word meaning a veranda or porch or a covered passageway. This design chair was illustrated in iron foundry catalogs as early as 1850 and was a very popular design for porches etc. from then into the early 20th century. These comfortable chairs have a balloon back with scroll design, a dished circular seat and cabriole legs. 31 inches high. Pair $350.

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Reverse Painted Mirror Mahogany Once had the Original Paper Troy New York LabelReverse Painted Mirror Mahogany Once had the Original Paper Troy New York Label
Date: circa 1825
Price: $250
Description: Mahogany looking glass mirror with original reverse painted tablet showing landscape with garden and classical building. c.1825. This originally had a paper label of Troy , New York firm, which has since crumpled off. Original glass, acorn drops on overhanging cornice. Small crack in bottom left corner of tablet glass. 38in H. 21in W.

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SALTERINI TABLE AND SIX WROUGHT IRON CHAIR SETSALTERINI TABLE AND SIX WROUGHT IRON CHAIR SET
Date: early 20th century
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Description: Salterini wrought iron table and set of six wrought iron chairs with curved cane openwork mesh backs and seats, and 'penny' feet. The table is decorated with scrolls and leaves and has glass top. These pieces have been professionally cleaned, primed and repainted in gloss black paint. Circa 1950. The heavy chairs are a very ample size for comfortable seating. Chairs measure 32 inches high, 18 1/2 inches wide and 15 1/2 inches deep. Table measures 30 1/2 inches by 60 1/2 inches.

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TABLE, WROUGHT IRON PALM TREE DESIGN, early 20th c. TABLE, WROUGHT IRON PALM TREE DESIGN, early 20th c.
Date: Early 20th century
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Description: Palm tree design pedestal based wrought iron garden table with glass top. The pedestal base has beautiful palm tree detail with traces of old green paint with a round 20 inch wide base.The top is frosted round glass. Unusual and could easily be used in an interior setting. Early 20th century. 30 inches high, 30 inches wide with base 20 inches wide.

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WIRE GARDEN CHAIR, ANTIQUE, SINGLEWIRE GARDEN CHAIR, ANTIQUE, SINGLE
Date: late 19th century
Price: $295
Description: Single wire work garden chair with high back, scalloped apron on sides and decorated with centered medallions on bottom apron. Late 19th century. 35 inches high, 17 1/2 inches wide. $295. By the mid-nineteenth century, furniture makers took advantage of technological advance in the manufacture of metal and began using reinforced steel wire first to make fencing and then to make chairs and benches 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 featured elaborate wire chairs, plant stands, etc in their general line of garden furniture.

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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 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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WIRE SETTEE, ANTIQUE, RECTANGULARWIRE SETTEE, 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. 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 and now is in white paint. It is a good size to place in many areas to give a light airy garden look. 33 inches high, 44 inches wide and 20 inches deep.

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WIREWORK PLANT STANDS, PAIR, ANTIQUEWIREWORK PLANT STANDS, PAIR, ANTIQUE
Date: late 19th century
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Description: Pair of 19th or very early 20th century wirework demilune shaped three tiered plant stands decorated with rolled and scrolled wire patterns. These are heavy in weight designed to hold multiple heavy flower pots. By the mid 19th century machines were invented to extrude wire for the iron foundries, which was first used for fencing and eventually by the late 19th century for all sorts of fanciful garden items such as garden houses, trellis, elaborate plant stands, fancy chairs and tables for both indoor and outdoor garden use. These were extremely popular well into the 20th century. Sold as a pair. Unusual to find a a pair. Each stand measures 39 inches high, 33 inches wide and 19 inches deep.

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WROUGHT IRON TABLE RECTANGULAR VINTAGEWROUGHT IRON TABLE RECTANGULAR VINTAGE
Date: circa 1950
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Description: Rectangular wrought iron mesh top garden table with scroll and leaf decoration on apron. This table will easily seat six persons, is decorative and functional. Has been professionally cleaned and repainted. 29 inches high, 60 inches long and 32 inches wide. Circa 1950. $500.

Part of our collection of: Tables in Garden Antiques