This wonderful table top with a stone inlay is of a large eagle that is perched on a wood branch, and his talons on top of a fish he had caught, and is over the water, with brown hills in the background. Size: 48 dia.
A very nice pair of Foo Lions carved in the Art Deco style from blocks of granite, ca 1930. Visually very strong figures. Accretions of lichen from outdoor usage. Left and right facing each is 31" high by 20" wide by 18" deep. In excellent condition.
A one-of-a-kind pair of polychrome wrought iron vintage garden chairs with colorful animal cutouts on the back-rests, playful "dot" decoration and decorated lattice seats. They are collapsible with the colors bright and fresh. From a Philadelphia estate. Each is 42" high by 16" wide by 18" deep. Some wear from use, otherwise very nice condition.
A stylish wrought and cast iron garden table stamped "Saar Germany" ca 1950. The Saar region has been producing quality iron work since the beginning of the industrial revolution. Gracefully scrolled legs and "turned" column. 29" high by 36" in diameter. Painted dark green; in very nice condition.
A very stylish set of early pierced metal wrought iron garden chairs, probably American ca 1930. The 5 side chairs have a clean, graphic shape with pierced seats and backs in a polka-dot grid pattern, with the seat back nicely rolled over the support bar. There is only one armchair with arm supports typical of early vintage pieces. Side chairs are 34" high by 16" wide by 20" deep; the armchair is 34" high by 21.5" wide by 22" deep...
An unusual version of the oak leaf and branch cast iron twig bench, probably ca 1930. The bench mimics the older design with the arm rests and legs (with intertwining snakes) but the back and seat are different. It is also a more generous size being 33" high by 53" wide by 22" deep. Some repairs to the back of the seat and a short piece missing from the back. Structurally very sound.
A set of four collapsible metal cafe chairs with sunburst seats in the Carre style, possibly French ca 1960. Each chair is 32" high by 17" wide by 18" deep. Old paint finish, some rust, repairs to the seats, sold as is.
A vintage cast stone figural fountain with verdigris finish in the form of a satyr playing the pan pipes, American ca 1960.
Some damage to the original finish but still quite functional with considerable visual charm. 19" high by 12" wide by 10" deep.
A charming figural bronze fountain depicting a smiling boy holding a large clam shell, ca 1940 origins unknown. 35" high by 16" wide by 19" deep. Very nice quality casting with outdoors patina. In very good condition.
An art deco inspired set of garden seating in the Carre style comprised of love seat and two armchairs, American ca 1940. Backs and seats are of an unusual octagonal design encasing the typical Carre sunburst design. Love seat is 35" high by 42" wide by 25" deep. Armchairs are 31" high by 24" wide by 25" deep. Very sturdily built this set is in good condition and recently re-painted.
A very fine casting in iron of a garden table, French ca 1920's, from a Philadelphia estate. Foliate table top and distinctively art nouveau feet. There is a clear glass top that fits in the upper rim and is not shown in the photos. The table is 26" high by 27.5" in diameter with a 10" base. Painted matte black. In very nice condition.
Whimsical flamingo garden ornament. Painted tole flamingo with moving parts - bobbing head and moving wings. American ca 1960. 29" high by 18" wide by 13" deep. Colors a little faded, otherwise fine condition.
A very nice pair of whippets in cast stone with very alert expressions ca 1930 from an estate in Richmond Virginia. Nice old patina. Each approximately 30" high by 7" wide by 10" deep. In very nice condition.
Gray Painted Metal Planter Stand, 38" high-maximum height, 12 1/2" diameter-top and inside planter measurement is 11" high, 9" diameter.
An unusual variation on the gothic garden bench design, in cast iron ca 1930. The back and seat follow the classic design while the arms and legs are formed from stylized inter-twining branches. The casting is very good and the bench very solid. 31" high by 55" wide by 21" deep. Multiple layers of old paint, no apparent breaks or repairs.
A pair of armchairs in the style of Mathieu Mategot, wire and tubular steel ca 1950, probably American. Whimsical and inventive design with rolled wire back and side arms. Each 31.5" high by 22" wide by 18" deep. Chairs have been repaired and repainted.
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.