Very stylish set of four chairs and matching table if not by Mategot then highly reminiscent of him with the whimsical design of their scrolled wire work, ca 1950. Fully restored and powder coated in matte black. Each chair is 39" high by 22" wide and deep. Table is 24" high with a diameter of 25" - new glass top.
A wrought iron terrarium - or architectural folly - for the conservatory, ca 1960, in the gothic style. The top is hinged and there are clips to insert glass panels if desired. 35.5" high by 29" long by 27" wide. Painted white; in very nice condition.
A cast stone sundial with figural bronze plate, British ca 1920. Impressed Celtic style design on base and plinth, nicely weathered with accumulated moss. Plate is hand-forged and quite handsome. 38" high by 16.5" in diameter at top and 12" in diameter at the base. In very good condition.
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 nice weather worn vintage cast stone sun dial in classic column form with a cast bronze plate stamped Virginia Metal Crafters. 42" high by 15" in diameter. In good 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 large pair of hand carved limestone fruit baskets for the garden. Each is individually carved with individual elements. Each is in two pieces, the fruit basket and pedestal. 18" high by 16" in diameter. Used as indoor decorative elements and in excellent 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 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.