A pair of cast iron garden benches in the classic gothic style. This pattern dates from the 1840's in the US and has been produced by many European foundries including the renown Val d'Osne. These are more recent versions. Each is 33.5" high by 55" wide by 17" deep. They have been rust-proofed and painted a very dark shade of green. In very good condition.
A nice pair of vintage cast stone putti in the baroque style, ca 1940. One plays a harp, the other wields a stone mason's tools. Each is nicely weathered with mossy growths and lichen. Each is approx. 38.5" high by 12" wide by 12" deep. In very good condition
A very self-satisfied resting pig in cast stone, British ca 1950. Totally charming. Figure is 6" high by 15" wide by 7" deep. A few nicks, otherwise fine condition.
A vintage terracotta garden pedestal in an hexagonal design with side panel cartouches and a circular base ca 1930. Old chipped paint and accumulated moss from years of outdoor use. 20" high by 14" across at top by 17" diameter at base. Very solid and in very good condition.
An interesting faux bois planter in cast stone, American ca 1950. Consists of a "wooden" basket on a tree trunk pedestal emerging from some rocks. Very nice patina from outdoor usage. Approximately 30" high; 10" square at base and 10" x 12" at top. In very good condition.
Nice pair of vintage cast iron table-top finials, or urns with lids, with a rubbed white finish, useful for decor inside or a small outdoor patio. Pleasing fluted design on lids and sides. Each is 12" high by 9" in diameter at the top and 5" at the bottom. in very good condition.
Rare find of a Carre style oval garden table with sunburst design, along with a pair of spring steel button armchairs and four side chairs, American ca 1950. Table is 29.5" high by 60.5" long by 33.5" wide. Armchairs are 34" high by 24" wide by 23" deep. Side chairs are 34" high by 18" wide by 23" deep. All are in very good condition; no breaks, no repairs. Please see our blog.
A nice grouping of six difficult to find French bistro chairs ca 1940, each with elaborately pierced metal seats and backs with elegant scrolled detail. Each 33.5" high by 16" wide by 19" deep. Peeling paint, otherwise good condition. Can be re-finished at additional cost.
A rare wrought iron swing-seat for two in the strap metal design with a sunburst seat and elaborate scrolled rockers, American ca 1950. 36.5" high by 57" wide by 36" deep. In very good condition.
A nice cast stone statue of a putto with a lamb in very much the eighteenth century style, ca 1970. Nice weathering and traces of moss. 35" high by 19" wide by 14" deep. In fine condition.
Very nice small scale console with elaborate wrought-iron work of leaves and foliate design with a fitted marble top, French ca 1940. Suitable for indoors or out; 26.5" high by 39" wide by 17" deep. Has been rust-proofed and re-painted; in very good condition.
A small version of the traditional New Orleans style garden table. In cast iron suitable as a small center table or a side table, American ca 1960. 26" high by 20" in diameter. In very good condition.
A pair of classic button chairs in the Francois Carre style, American ca 1930-1940. Sunburst backs and sunburst seats. Each 34" high by 19" wide by 36" deep. These chairs have been stripped, zinc coated and powder coated. In fine condition.
A nicely proportioned shallow circular planter with a well weathered finish ca 1970. Planter is of a light weight cast stone/plaster composition, 39" in diameter and approximately 7" deep. The stand visible in photos is for display purposes only.
Nice pair of terracotta garden pots consisting of bowl and separate base, American ca 1930. Many layers of old paint add to the charm of the unusual foliate decoration and shape. In good condition. Each 18.5" high by 17" wide.
Very nice bronze armillary sphere, part cast, part hand-forged, on marble base, American ca 1940. A few chips and wear to base commensurate with age. 62" high overall: marble base is 6" square with a height of 44".
A rare lyreback garden bench with two side chairs American, ca 1920. The bench is cast iron with the exception of the seat, which is aluminum. Some design elements in the upper back of the bench differ slightly from those of the chairs. All pieces appear to have been manufactured contemporaneously as they all have the same multiple paint layers and the original square nuts. There are no apparent breaks or repairs...
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".