An antique cast stone figure of a satyr playing the panpipes. Accumulated moss and weathering give this garden figure a perfect patina. 28" high by 8" diameter at base; overall depth 9". In very good condition.
An attractive pair of antique lead garden figures of boy and girl, most likely British ca 1900. Each 16.5" high by 8" wide by 7" deep. Nicely weathered, some traces of old paint, condition otherwise commensurate with age.
Very fine antique lead figure of a young woman in a state of rapture, astride a semi-dome, wrapped in diaphonous folds, eyes closed and body gracefully twisted as if being lifted into another world. Exquisitely rendered and wonderful old lead patina. Figure sits on a marble base. Probably early 1900's. Overall 34" high on a 10" square base. Left arm has been re-attached.
A very nice example of a British staddle stone with a fine accretion of old lichen to decorate the top. The piece is 26" high by 16" in diameter at the top and approximately 11" square at the base. In very nice condition.
A striking ceramic figure of a lion from the historic Castelnaudary works in France, nineteenth century. Traces of the original baked on color remain, though the depiction is as lively as it ever was. Marked Catelnaudary Ceramiques. Figure is 30" high by 24" wide by 10" deep. Some chips, condition commensurate with age.
An intriguing carved limestone figure that was originally perhaps an architectural element. Much weather worn with moss and lichen growth. Head has been re-attached with some fine stone aggregate; similar repair to one shoulder. Origin unknown. Very nice piece of garden decor. 41" high by 13" wide by 10" deep.
Rare hand carved limestone sculpture of rustic boy/shepherd playing a flute, British, nineteenth century. Wonderful patina of limestone aged outdoors with accretions of moss and lichen. 45" high by 13" wide by 15" deep. In very good condition.
A very nice antique bronze by the Spanish sculptor Joaquimm Angles (1859-1925), late 19th or early 20th century. It portrays a young shepherd who has caught the rapt attention of one of his flock of young goats by his playing of the pan pipes. This is a traditional bronze which has been extensively patinated through its use as a garden sculpture in the home of a Southern collector, something I think that adds to its charm. Signed "Angles S". 35" high by 14" by 13". In good condition.
A rare find of two fine architectural elements originally part of an outdoor garden structure in early Palm Beach. Each is of carved stone and features a pair of male and female putti embracing. Each is 43" high by 19" wide by 12" deep. Wear commensurate with age and exposure to the elements. Please see my blog on this item.
Very nice lead fountain figure of a boy playing pan pipes, probably British ca 1900. Nice patina. 37.5" high by 12" wide by 12" deep. In good condition.
Very nice pair of antique stone decorative fruit baskets, nineteenth century European. Hand-carved in limestone they have a natural symmetry and elegance. From the Cape Cod estate of a Boston art dealer. Each is 13" high by 14" wide by 15" deep. A few chips and natural weathering, otherwise good condition.
An antique hand carved marble fountain-head figure of a boy with a mythological sea creature atop a naturalistic stone outcrop, Italian ca 1880. 20" high, 8" wide by 6.5" deep. Chip off one toe, otherwise excellent condition.
Charming fountain fragment of reclining putti from the early twentieth century. It is sturdily mounted on a slab of hardwood, suitable for indoors or out. Piece is 38" high; base is 34" long x 9" wide. In good condition.
Decorative building element of cast lion's head, ca 1900. 13" square, 7" thick. In good condition.
Angel/child figure from Victorian period sculpted in marble. 25" high, 12" wide, 8" square at base. A few chips from the ends of the wings.
This cast iron horse with original paint is reminiscent of a roundabout animal, though no signs of having been "attached". It is a fine sculpture in excellent condition. 38" long, 22" high, 11.5" wide.