An unusual oak leaf and acorn cast iron garden chair with a side table in the same pattern, American 1960's. An elaborate yet pleasing design not often found. This set would be great for a balcony or small patio. The table has welding repairs in two places; the glass top is new. The table is 21" high by 20" in diameter. The chair is 33" high by 22.5" wide by 20" deep. These pieces have been stripped, zinc and powder coated. In fine condition.
A very fine and commodious set of faux bois garden furniture ca 1950. Consists of bench and two side chairs in cast stone with branch, trunk and bark design. Unlike older sets these have ample room for sitting in. Bench is 55" wide, 32" high, 18" deep: seat height is 17". Chairs are 26" wide, 35" high, 20" deep: seat height is 18".
A very nice pair of whippets in cast stone with very alert expressions ca 1930 from an estate in Richmond Virginia. Nice old patina. Each approximately 30" high by 7" wide by 10" deep. In very nice condition.
Very stylish set of four chairs and matching table if not by Mategot then highly reminiscent of him with the whimsical design of their scrolled wire work, ca 1950. Fully restored and powder coated in matte black. Each chair is 39" high by 22" wide and deep. Table is 24" high with a diameter of 25" - new glass top.
Two pair of vintage Carre style "casablanca" sunburst garden chairs in strap steel, 1940-1960. Virtually identical each pair has been completely restored and powder coated in white ready for outdoor use. Each is 36" high by 21.5" wide by 25" deep. In very good condition. Price is for each pair.
Lovely gilded stone medicine Buddha statue is painted in red, gold and green. The medicine Buddha is in the meditating pose with both legs crossed. His palm is holding a bowl. Origin is Shanxi province. It's a piece originally made for temple / monastery worship, however, it can be outdoors as well. 9" x 15" x 7". 55 lbs.
This unusual marble stone statue is part of a pair of vintage garden statues. Tang lady is a popular form of garden statue art found in China. Tang dynasty images of a beautiful woman tend to be plump and wearing gracious ropes and pointy shoes. Their look, though tracing back to 900 AD is considered in the contemporary world as closer to the Japanese than Chinese, that, some say has to do with the influence China had with its neighboring country...
A nicely composed figure of a putti bearing a garland set upon a naturalistic stone base, cast stone ca 1940. Wonderfully weather worn and comes with its own moss; charming face. 36.5" high by 11" wide and deep. In very good condition.
A nice large pair of hand carved limestone fruit baskets for the garden. Each is individually carved with individual elements. Each is in two pieces, the fruit basket and pedestal. 18" high by 16" in diameter. Used as indoor decorative elements and in excellent condition.
An unusual variation on the gothic garden bench design, in cast iron ca 1930. The back and seat follow the classic design while the arms and legs are formed from stylized inter-twining branches. The casting is very good and the bench very solid. 31" high by 55" wide by 21" deep. Multiple layers of old paint, no apparent breaks or repairs.
This sitting meditating Sakyamuni Buddha is holding the fearless mudra, known as Abhaya Mudra (Gesture of protection). The stone plate serves as a backdrop, featuring carved flames and a dragon head. The use of flames as ritual objects is seen as weapon of war and as an important component of offerings. It is often carried by Shiva. Dragon is the symbol of power and strength and is thought to offer protection...
A particularly fine wrought iron potting table from Italy ca 1950. Well finessed patterned scrolling detail on top and leg supports as well as elaborate floral phlanges and center support sun-burst; clear glass top. Approximately 72" wide by 27" deep and 30" high. In fine condition.
We acquired this gorgeous pair of hand carved marble foo dog/ "Lion" guardian sculptures at least fifteen years ago. They were old then but were probably crafted about thirty or more years ago. Possessing intricately, finely carved manes and surface features, these charming fellows are of a style reminescent of the Ming to Qing Dynasty. They measure an impressive 42"h. x 22"w. x 15"d. they would be a superp pick for your garden or home...
Very realistically appearing buck and doe of painted cast concrete meant for a garden setting, ca 1970. Doe, 26" long, 10" wide, 23" high. Buck, 27" long, 10" wide, 26" high.
In very good condition.
Elegant garden set consisting of 4 chairs and matching occasional table. Chairs incorporate a fleur de lis or feather motif at crest of back which features floral garlands incorporating lion head motifs over a background of latticed twigs; arms are scrolled acanthus leaves and C scrolls provide the seat supports. Table and chairs have pierced metal tops. These are cast of very heavy aluminum (some alloy involved?) but have a graceful, light appearance...
A rare wrought iron patio club chair by Salterini with a flowing almost art nouveau design incorporating a large leaf underneath each arm rest. 41" high by 27" wide by 36" deep. Most of the original paint finish has flaked off to reveal the original zinc coating. No rust.
A very fine casting in iron of a garden table, French ca 1920's, from a Philadelphia estate. Foliate table top and distinctively art nouveau feet. There is a clear glass top that fits in the upper rim and is not shown in the photos. The table is 26" high by 27.5" in diameter with a 10" base. Painted matte black. In very nice condition.
A pair of vintage Flamingo statues in cast iron with original paint surface, American ca 1950. One is standing, 24.5" high by 14" wide: the other is pecking at the ground, 19" high by 16" wide. Some loss of paint and rust, otherwise good condition.