From a Pennsylvania estate is offered a three piece Maurizio Tempestini for John B. Salterini Wrought Iron Patio Set from the 1950s. The set includes two clam shell chairs and a very rare hairpin leg table measuring 36 inches in diameter and 24 inches high. The set is in excellent restored condition.
A Vintage Armillary and Stand, circa 1960’s
The iron armillary made of intersection bands centered by an arrow and held by Hercules style figure is raised on a cast stone Corinthian column. The armillary is painted white with a copper band with raised numerals is in contrast to the stained gray column. The pieces are bolted together.
Size: 63” total height
Condition: Excellent, finish is weathered and column has a small loss of one corner on the base
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 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.
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.
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 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.
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.
Nice pair of vintage garden urns in cast stone with flame finial lids. Urns are of traditional architectural design with nice green patina from use in the garden. Each is 25.5" high by 11" in diameter and 7" square at the base. 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.
A vintage American hand-wrought iron basket for a window planter, ca 1920's. 13" high by 33" wide by 15" deep. Original green paint finish. In good 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...