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 very cool pair of artisan made wrought iron garden chairs in red, American ca 1970. Good to look at and comfortable to sit in. Each 42" high by 20" wide by 26" deep. In fine condition.
Small antique garden bench of cast iron in the "grape" pattern, American late nineteenth century. This has the Splayed leaf alternate leg pattern without the grape motif. It is 31" high by 33" wide by 20" deep. Layers of old paint and some rust. Good condition. Can be stripped and powder coated.
A pair of "gothic" style chimney pots, American from the mid-west ca 1900. Pleasing design and pleasing patina, suitable as decor or as pedestals. Each is 32" high by 12" wide by 12" deep. Cracks and nicks commensurate with age.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Architectural : Decorations : Pre 1930 item #1203576 (stock #AR/043.03)
A set of three substantial cast stone garden corbels with nice wear and accretions of moss and lichen. Each is 14" high by 13" in diameter. Condition commensurate with age.
Unusual American cast iron faux bois garden bench of grape and intertwining grape leaf design with wood slat back and seat, quite sturdy. American ca 1910, maker unknown. Original paint finish. 54" long, 34" high, 22" deep. In excellent condition,
Fine impressionistic style painting of period ladies in summer garden setting. Acrylic on canvas, unsigned, in muted gold frame approx. 44" x 35".
Simple cup-shaped urn with grape motif and slender tapered stem with collar, 2 pieces, 1860-1880. 36"high 27" diam. 16.5" square at base. Rust-proofed and repainted. Description fits Fiske's "Victoria" urn, but no maker marked.
Heavy cast iron table base with marble top (not original), ca 1880;base: 27" high, 25" long, 15' wide at bottom. top; 34" long, 21.5" wide. In fine condition.
Pair of framed botanical engravings with original mezzotint and hand color by Weinmann, ca 1740. Some minor foxing. In genuine gold antiqued frames, with grosgrain ribbon decoration on mat. Each 17.25" wide 22.25" high. Framed with conservation materials.
Classic Woodard chaise lounge in wrought iron ca 1950. Original paint finish and original vinyl covered pad. Piece is 76" long, 25" wide, 61" wheel base to end. Some rust, otherwise fine.
Hand hammered watering can in copper with wonderful old-world character. Alistair Morris ("Antiques from the Garden" & Sothebys director) cites copper as the metal used for eighteenth century watering cans as opposed to tin-plate in the nineteenth. We can probably date this to the eighteenth century. 22" wide, 15" high, 11" wide.