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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
A nice vintage steel strap chair American ca 1950. Comfortable and nice spring. 31" high by 26" wide by 22" deep. This piece has been stripped, zinc and powder coated for use outdoors. Very nice condition.
A hard to find pair of Carre style over-sized "Casablanca" garden rockers with oval sunburst strap steel backs and sunburst strap steel seats, American ca 1930. Each is 41.5" tall by 25.5" wide by 32" deep. Painted gloss white - no cracks or breaks, perfectly usable.
A watering can with an interesting faux bois finish with red highlights, American ca 1930. 16" high by 17" wide by 10" deep. Surface shows wear; paint finish missing in some spots. Good condition.
The hexagonal seiji garden seats with overglaze polychrome enamels of birds and florals. Taisho Period 20 x 13 inches Excellent condition
Very nice pair of pink stucco finials with floral swags adorning the sides; scalloped design on underside, and caps topped with floral bouquet ca 1920. Nicely weathered finish with elements of old moss and faint traces of original pink stucco finish. Each is 40" high, 14" in diameter at the widest point and 9" square at base. In fine condition.
Pair of standing candelabras suitable for evening events in the garden, ca 1940. Wrought iron with scrolled candle holders and feet supports. Stand 65" tall extendable to 84", 20" wide and 18" deep. In excellent condition.
This lovely pair of hand carved stone foo dogs (lion statues) came from an old courtyard which likely belonged to a business man's family compound in He Bei province. Often seen in front of the entrance gate, these foo dogs guard against evil spirits and keep the wealth from flowing outside of the house. Size: 10" x 7.5" x 20" tall.
This limestone statue of Luohan is intricately carved. Size: 12" w x 6" d x 19" t. This Luo Han holds a medicine ball, he is known as a healer. Approx. 70 lbs.
A vintage cast stone birdbath with a nicely proportioned design, American from the Mid-West ca 1930. Has an old paint surface and is one solid cast piece. Overall 33" high with a basin diameter of 24" and a base diameter of 10". In good condition.
A very nice small lead fountain head portraying a putti or boy riding a mythological fish. Origin unknown, probably ca 1950. Suitable for a patio or table top fountain. 14" high by 6" wide by 11" deep. In fine 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.