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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.

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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 LARGE LATTICE CAST STONE POT, ENGLISHANTIQUE LARGE LATTICE CAST STONE POT, ENGLISH
Date: Early 20th
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Description: Large cast stone garden urn or tree tub with crisp lattice design, weathered patina. Perfect for large plants or trees. English. Early 20th century. 20 inches high, 25 inches wide. $750.

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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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BELL, HAND OR SCHOOL BELL, CAST BRASS WITH HANDLE, 19TH C.BELL, HAND OR SCHOOL BELL, CAST BRASS WITH HANDLE, 19TH C.
Date: 19TH C.
Price: $225
Description: Antique cast brass hand or school bell with turned hardwood handle, heavy weight. American, 19th century. 10 inches high, 4 1/2 inches wide. .

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BRONZE URN, FRENCH, SIGNED C.M. CLODIONBRONZE URN, FRENCH, SIGNED C.M. CLODION
Date: early 20th century
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Description: Egyptian Revival style bronze urn incised signed on base C.M. Clodion (French 1738-1814), having a reticulated bowl over three winged sphinxes resting on round decorated base, on paw feet. Has old blue-green wash. Early 20th century. 29 1/2 inches high, 20 inches wide. This would be a perfect centerpiece for a formal garden. Claude Michel Clodion was a renowned rococo sculptor and neo-classical artist and his works are in many museums through out the world. $1900.

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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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CAST IRON URN, J.L. MOTT IRON WORKS, DATED 1874CAST IRON URN, J.L. MOTT IRON WORKS, DATED 1874
Date: 1874
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Description: Large cast iron garden urn or vase dated 1874 under rim, and illustrated in the 1875 foundry catalog of J.L. Mott Iron Works, 90 Beekman Cor. Cliff St. New York, titled 'LEAF, SHELL AND FROG VASE, WITH CRANE PEDESTAL'. 48 inches high and 42 inches wide. 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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CURULE CHAIR, ANTIQUE MAHOGANY, CIRCA 1815CURULE CHAIR, ANTIQUE MAHOGANY, CIRCA 1815
Date: 1815-1825
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Description: Very fine and rare classical carve mahogany curule base drawing room chair with scrolled crest rail above a carved horizontal splat with rosette, flanked by stylized lotus flowers and palmettes, above a deep caned seat raised on a curule base with the legs connected by a turned lotus leaf medial strethcher, resting on carved animal paw feet on casters. Has original hair stuffed cushion. This design is based on the ancient Roman magistrates curule form of folding seats and shown in the English and French design books of Thomas Hope, Percier and Fontaine and George Smith in the early 19th century. 35.5in H. 21.5in W. 25in D.

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DOLPHIN SETTEE  BY FLORENTINE CRAFTSMEN CO.DOLPHIN SETTEE BY FLORENTINE CRAFTSMEN CO.
Date: C. 1950
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Description: Star and Dolphin pattern aluminum settee or bench 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 is 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. Circa 1950-60. Bench is 31 inches high, 42 inches wide and 24 inches deep. This handsome bench is a heavy weight and being aluminum will never rust.

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FIRE TOOL HOLDER, BRASS AND MARBLE, ANTIQUEFIRE TOOL HOLDER, BRASS AND MARBLE, ANTIQUE
Date: 19TH CENTURY
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Description: Unusual antique fire tool holder, brass, iron and marble, 19th century. Has turned brass finial over double hooks over iron rod attached to marble base which is scored to catch and hold fire tongs, poker and shovel. 31 inches high, 8 1/2 inch square marble base. $475 .

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GARDEN CHAIRS, PAIR, FRANCOIS A. CARRE SPRING FORM DESIGNGARDEN CHAIRS, PAIR, FRANCOIS A. CARRE SPRING FORM DESIGN
Date: Early 20th c.
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Description: Pair of spring form or bent steel garden chairs,early 20th century, in a design of curved vertical steel strips after a French design patented by Francois A. Carre of Paris, France in 1866 and introduced in America in 1870. These chairs are illustrated and identical to the French garden chairs shown in an engraving published in 'INNOVATIVE FURNITURE IN AMERICA from 1800 to the present' by DAVID HANKS, page 63, from the catalog of the 'Societe Anonyme des Hauts-Fourneaux & Fonderies du Val d'Osne, Paris' c. 1870. This type of chair was comfortabe with the flexable steel seats, and it continued to be popular in the 20th century particularly in the 1920's and was still manufactured in the 1940's. $595. pair.

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GLASS PULL OR FURNITURE KNOBS, CUT GLASS, SET OF FOUR, C. 1830, AMERICANGLASS PULL OR FURNITURE KNOBS, CUT GLASS, SET OF FOUR, C. 1830, AMERICAN
Date: C. 1830
Price: $125
Description: Set of four cut glass furniture pulls or knobs, clear glass, excellent conditon. Circa 1830. Set of four.

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GLASS PULLS OR FURNITURE KNOBS, FOUR CLEAR PRESSED GLASS, 19TH C.GLASS PULLS OR FURNITURE KNOBS, FOUR CLEAR PRESSED GLASS, 19TH C.
Date: CIRCA 1830-1840
Price: $60
Description: Set of four clear pressed glass furniture knobs or pulls, two with small chips. 2 inches wide, 2 inches high. Set of four circa 1830-1840.

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GLASS PULLS OR FURNITURE KNOBS, FOUR, CLEAR PRESSED SWIRL PATTERN, 19TH C.HGLASS PULLS OR FURNITURE KNOBS, FOUR, CLEAR PRESSED SWIRL PATTERN, 19TH C.H
Date: CIRCA 1830-1840
Price: $95
Description: Set of four pressed clear glass furniture knobs or pulls in swirl pattern design, circa 1830-1840. American. Excellent condition. Set of four.

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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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LARGE WIRE SETTEE OR BENCH,  19TH CENTURYLARGE WIRE SETTEE OR BENCH, 19TH CENTURY
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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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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NEW YORK CHAIRS, ANTIQUE MAHOGANY, FOUR, CORNUCOPIA SPLATS,. 1810NEW YORK CHAIRS, ANTIQUE MAHOGANY, FOUR, CORNUCOPIA SPLATS,. 1810
Date: c. 1810
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Description: Set of four New York federal carved mahogany side chairs with curved crest rail, stiles with leafage carving and rondels, cornucopia carved medial splats, slip seats, resting on molded sabre legs decorated with rondels. These chairs are of the best of mahoganies, have fine crisp carving, and are beautiful examples of high style New York furniture of the early 19th century. 32in H. 17 1/2in W. Circa 1810. Provenance: Phraner/ Bowles Family, Summit, New Jersey.

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New York Mahogany Basin Stand Attributed to Joseph Meeks & SonsNew York Mahogany Basin Stand Attributed to Joseph Meeks & Sons
Date: circa 1825-1830
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Description: Rare New York mahogany basin stand with original gilt stenciled leaf and fruit decoration with lift top revealing 'a bason and 2 cupholes'. Below is a door opening to compartment with drawer, flanked by gilt ring turned columns over turned feet. Attributed to Joseph Meeks & Sons, New York C.1825-1830. Provenance: "Rosedale", Columbus, Mississippi, antibellum home. Ref: Joseph Meeks & Sons Broadside of 1833, item #36. 'Classical Taste IN America 1800-1840' by Wendy A. Cooper, 1993, Baltimore Museum of Art. page 211.

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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 DOUBLE HANDLES CAST IRON URNS, 19TH C.PAIR DOUBLE HANDLES CAST IRON URNS, 19TH C.
Date: last quarter 19th century
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Description: Pair of cast iron double handled garden urns on custom high tapering plinths attributed to the J.L. Mott Iron Works or the J.W. Fiske Iron Works and shown in the Fiske Fdy. catalog of 1893 and identified as "Grecian Vase with Handles". This pair of urns or vases has beautiful double foliate handles, egg and dart motif around the rims of the lobed bowls, and sit on high tapered plinths decorated with classical wreaths, painted white. Bowls have good depth and drainage for planting. 43 inches high, 26 1/2 inches wide.

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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 LARGE TULIP URNS, CAST IRON, 19TH C. LABELED WALBRIDGE CO. BUFFALO, N.Y.PAIR LARGE TULIP URNS, CAST IRON, 19TH C. LABELED WALBRIDGE CO. BUFFALO, N.Y.
Date: 19th c.
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Description: Unusual labeled 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 dramatic 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 in Buffalo, N.Y. 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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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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Rare Glass & Brass Cupboard Door Pull, 19th c.Rare Glass & Brass Cupboard Door Pull, 19th c.
Date: 19th century
Price: $275
Description: Unusual 19th c.glass and brass cupboard door pull with clear flower pattern paper weight center mounted in brass surround, brass back plate and iron turn hardware,circa 1865. Attributed to Henry Clay Luther, Providence, R.I. maker of imitation precious stones and other materials in glass. 1.75in W. 2.5in D. See: 'The Toledo Museum of Art American Glass', Kenneth Wilson, p.501. $125.

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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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SET OF FOUR ANTIQUE ROUND BRASS CURTAIN PINS/ TIE BACKS. 3 3/8SET OF FOUR ANTIQUE ROUND BRASS CURTAIN PINS/ TIE BACKS. 3 3/8
Date: 19th century
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Description: Set of four round brass curtain pins or tie backs with ringed border decorated with foliage, surrounding concave button center. These are burnished with an attractive high/low polish. 3 3/8in D. Shank 3 1/2in D. 19th century, American. Set of four.

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STILL LIFE PAINTINGSTILL LIFE PAINTING
Date: 1996
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Description: Large and decorative still life painting of classical urn filled with fruit and foliage, painted on gesso over burlap, mounted on wood stretcher. Charming large piece for a focal point in a garden room or dining room. Signed Jacques Long 1996. 48 inches high and 60 inches wide. $495.

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TOPIARY FRAME, CLASSICAL URN ON PLINTH, VINTAGETOPIARY FRAME, CLASSICAL URN ON PLINTH, VINTAGE
Date: mid 20th century
Price: $195
Description: Vintage wrought iron and heavy wire topiary frame in form of classical urn sitting on stepped plinth. This is of heavy weight construction and has a weathered patina. Mid 20th century. 30 inches high, and 15 1/2 inches square base. $195

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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. SOLD

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VINTAGE CAST STONE URN, WITH OPEN WORK HANDLES, EARLY  20TH C.VINTAGE CAST STONE URN, WITH OPEN WORK HANDLES, EARLY 20TH C.
Date: Early 20th C.
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Description: Unusual and attractive vintage single cast stone garden urn or vase with beautiful open work handles, egg and art patterned rim, leafage swags with fruit on bowl and weathered patina. This would make a beautiful focal point in any garden. 22 inches high, and 25 inches wide. $450.

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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 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 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.

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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 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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