Rare example of a mid-century patio rocker recliner in the Sculptura line from Woodard. Metal mesh with extendable foot rest and rocking mechanism. Original white paint. 41" high by 29" wide by 36" deep. In very fine condition.
The hexagonal seiji garden seats with overglaze polychrome enamels of birds and florals. Taisho Period 20 x 13 inches Excellent condition
A set of cast iron garden bench and two side chairs in the laurel pattern, American ca 1920. Multiple layers of old paint have been removed and each has been zinc coated to prevent rust and powder coated in a matte black enamel paint. Bench is 30" high by 42" wide by 29" deep. Side chairs are 28" high by 27" wide by 22" deep. In excellent condition. Sold as set only.
A rare Carre style oval garden table with strap steel decoration, along with two matching armchairs and two side chairs with strap steel flare backs ca 1970. The chairs do not have the sunburst seats, but have cushions with removable slip covers. Table is 29.5" high by 60.5" wide by 33.75" deep with a half inch glass top. Armchairs are 33.%" high by 25.5" wide by 25" deep. Side chairs are 32./5" high by 18" wide by 19" deep. In excellent condition.
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 very nice mid-size cast iron garden table with half inch glass top, American ca 1940. Table is 27.5" high by 36" wide by 25" deep. Painted a very dark green, in very good condition.
An unusual small single drinks bistro table, French ca 1940.
Classic design is typical, small size is not. Table is 30" high by 16" square at top. Old white paint finish.
A vintage wrought iron metal mesh patio club chair manufactured by the Florentine Craftsmen Company founded by Vincent Primavera. A simple graceful design incorporating some decorative scrolling. 38.5' high by 24.5" wide by 34" deep. Some flaking paint revealing underlying zinc coating. No rust.
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.
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.
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 garden chair in the traditional morning glory pattern. This is a very early casting in aluminum ca 1945-50, and is very precisely done. 31" high by 22.5" wide by 20" deep. Some wear to the white paint, otherwise very good condition.
Large garden seat in porcelain in the form of a turtle with a yellow rope and green tassel embellished seat and a crackle glaze finish. Origins unknown. 15" high by 22" wide by 17" deep. In very good condition.
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 rare pair of French portable strap chairs in the style of Francois Carre, ca 1920's. With sunburst seat, strap backs and chain-link arms these chairs are as comfortable as they are unusual. Each 35" high by 22" wide by 36" deep overall. These chairs have been media blasted, zinc and powder coated in matte black. Very fine condition.