This unusual set is hand-wrought in the style of early English regency garden furniture from the early nineteenth century. From Mexico, ca 1970, it is hand-made with ribbed and hammered wrought iron with wonderful curves, lion's paw feet and fleur de lis ends. Beautifully executed and dramatic in any garden setting. These pieces have been rustproofed and repainted. The bench is 66" wide, 45" high,25" deep; seat height is 18", depth 15"...
Elegant garden set consisting of 4 chairs and matching occasional table. Chairs incorporate a fleur de lis or feather motif at crest of back which features floral garlands incorporating lion head motifs over a background of latticed twigs; arms are scrolled acanthus leaves and C scrolls provide the seat supports. Table and chairs have pierced metal tops. These are cast of very heavy aluminum (some alloy involved?) but have a graceful, light appearance...
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.
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.
Pair of scroll back designed (originally collapsible) French cafe chairs, ca 1920's. Along with foldable cafe table of later date. Very graphic chairs with strong back design and grid seats. Chairs 37" high, 17" deep, 19" wide; seat height 18". Fold up table approx. 30" diameter. Seats have dented center front section.
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.
Standing Guan Yin stone statue. Size: 36" Tall by 8" Wide by 7" Deep. Weight: 100 pounds.
Cast stone fountain featuring a delighted boy hugging a goose water spout, set in a scalloped bowl of nice proportions supported by circling dolphins and a base of faces joined by decorative wreaths. Child has classic 20's features. Is in 4 pieces. Nicely weathered stone, especially on bowl and figure. Overall height 57", base diameter 36", basin diameter 36".
Pair of cast stone lions oriental in style but more naturalistic than formal temple guardians. Made from cast stone which has a dark lava-stone appearance. Very imposing and appropriately large, ca 1970 each 33" long, 25" high by 16" wide. Nicely defined.
Wrought iron garden chair with spring seat,scrolled back support and gracefully turned arms and legs, the legs ending in a paw design. 37" high 20" wide, seat depth 17" seat height 17". Stripped, rust-proofed and refinished. Beautifully designed and comfortable to sit in.
Pair of planters in cast stone. Fluted sides tapering to a wide lip. Early version of this classic design ca 1920. Wonderful dark weathered patina each 20" high and 24" in diameter. Fine condition.
Pair of cast concrete garden planters with tall sides and standing leaf frond motif beneath generous lip ca 1950. Each 17" wide by 20" high. Traces of old paint, well worn by weather, surface moss - all set for your garden. Excellent condition.
Pair of sturdy cast iron urns with upsweeping arms and lids. Urn body has classical motifs - blowing face encircled by dolphins. Lids have roundels on their surrounds with heads with olive wreaths reminiscent of ancient coins. Each stands 48" high and 29" wide. Origins unknown. In excellent condition. Highly decorative for indoors or out.
Wagon wheel ornamental garden cart in red steel. Very handsome spokes, original paint color. Rustic sculpture. ca 1930's. 52" long, 34" wide, 31" high, wheel diameter 29".
Unique industrial folk art garden sculpture of steel and iron incorporating found objects in the form of a bug. Ca 1970s with original bright colored paint. 69" long, 43" wide, 49" high at tail, 42" high at head.