Pair of jardinieres, also known as cache pots, sanded majolica with floral decoration of daisies and roses in relief on four sides, rare and beautiful examples, English, circa 1875, unmarked, one old minor rim repair, slight damage to petals on three daisies, one small chip on foot. Height 8", 6-1/2" Square. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED...
Formal glazed terracotta architectural elements - glazed carytid columns in brown and gold, suitable for exterior use or as part of indoor cabinetry. Existing single screw holes at top and base. Each 34.5" long, 8" wide, 4" deep. A couple of minor chips, quite repairable.
Beautifully sculpted building element in terracotta ca 1900 - lion's head medallion surrounded by decorative leaves. 29" wide, 17" high, 6" deep. Excellent condition.
Nice pair of staddle stones of varying height, British, nineteenth century or earlier. Each two pieces, base and cap. Worn stone surface, some lichen. One 29" high, with an 18" diameter cap. The other 25" high with a 16" diameter cap.
A version of Barberini's ancient "Sleeping Faun" sculpture in bronze ca 1910, unsigned. A very nice detailed depiction in bronze beautifully patinated after years of use in the garden. Provenance a Philadelphia estate. 21" high by 9" wide by 11" deep. In excellent condition.
An unusual set of four diminutive antique cast iron urns in the campagna style with an old paint finish, ca 1900. These would be great used indoors for small topiaries or other decorative arrangements. Each is approx. 10" high with an 8" diameter. Condition commensurate with age.