An impressive pair of guardian garden lions in heavy terra cotta, Italian ca 1950, one left and one right facing. Each 27" high by 11" wide by 17" deep. In good condition with nice patina from outdoor use.
A vintage garden statue in cast stone of seated girl holding a basket of flowers, American ca 1970. Weathered with some moss and lichen. 24" high by 13" deep by 9" wide. In good condition.
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.
A handsome well sculptured pair of vintage torsos, male and female, of cast stone with a nicely weathered finish made for garden display. Each approximately 31" high and in excellent condition.
A vintage cast stone flamingo with bejeweled eye, ca 1970. Old white paint finish. 43" high by 28" wide by 11" deep. In 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.
This is a charming concrete garden urn. Purchased at auction, this beautiful garden urn has signs of wear typical of outdoor use and age. Adding to its beauty is chippy white paint! The details on this urn are quite unusual. There are (4) three- dimensional winged cherubs and each cherub is “anchored” by lion paw feet. This is a beautiful piece and is large enough to make an impact on the floor yet small enough to add beauty to a tabletop...
This is a charming concrete garden statue of a young girl gently holding a bird. Great detail on the draping of the ruffled dress on the maiden. Purchased at auction, this beautiful statue has signs of wear typical of outdoor use and age.
Garden statue measures approximately 29” High X 12” Wide
Sales Price: $155.00 USD Plus Shipping and Applicable Tax
Charming bronze/copper fountain of a squatting boy contemplating a frog. He sits on a bronze base with 3 fish heads spouting water. Marked "Jim Davidson" it is in fact produced in Thailand by a company that specializes in garden decor featuring children and does so without being mawkish or cloyingly sentimental. 30" high by 27" wide by 13" deep. In very good condition.
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.
Very nicely weathered garden statue of King Neptune surmounting a large fish. In cast stone ca 1970, a fine centerpiece for the garden. Overall 60" high by 24" wide and 18" deep. Good condition.
Pair of cast iron bloodhounds modelled after the originals by
Jacquemart ca 1980. In a faux bronze finish 37" and 35" high; bases are approximately 34" x 16". In excellent condition.
This beautiful hand carved marble stone guan yin head is a great office decor piece which evokes a very unique zen element. 3.5" X 3.5" x 5.5"
This bronze crane on turtle statue is perfect for a zen garden setting. Crane is a symbol of longevity and love and is a common object seen in Japanese landscapes. Dragon turtle is a mystical creature in Chinese mythology and is used to symbolize longevity. The statue looks great near a pond or stand on its own in a zen garden. The crane is holding a plum flower branch in its mouth, the tip part of the blossom branch is a small bowl, makes a wonderful candle holder...
Beautifully hand carved marble stone buddha head, this piece is a timeless. Perfect for an outdoor garden, or indoor decor, this solid marble stone buddha statue is one of a kind. 9" x 5". Shippable weight: apprx. 20 lbs.
This terracotta figure of a cymbal player is modelled on the seventeenth century original in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. It is a figure seen in many garden settings since the 1700's. This is an American version in terracotta ca 1930; an identical one is pictured in Barbara Israel's book (p 142, fig. 2.19). There have been some repairs to this piece, but they have been done well for the most part. The figure is 55" high, 26" wide, 24" deep; the base is 17.5" square.
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.