A set of 3 framed botanicals in yellow. Framed in rustic frames and bordered in red. By Sydenham Edwards in original hand color, published in Curtis Botanical Magazine 1810. All conservation framed. Each 12.5' x 16" high; sold as set only.
A vintage cast stone statue of the classical figure of Orpheus with his Lyre, ca 1970. Standing on a plinth - moss and lichen from garden usage. 65" tall overall, 17" wide and 15" deep. In good condition.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Garden : Furniture : Pre 1930 item #778204 (stock #CTX/002.03)
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.
A set of six botanicals by Haynes from "Broad Leafed Shrubs", original hand-colored engravings from 1809 in custom finished frames. Each approx 14" x 18". All conservation framing materials used. Sold in pairs only.
Fine wrought iron gate with scrolling elements and twists, along with a center sunburst. Very graphic design. Old paint finish. 38" wide by 36.5" high. In good condition.
Unusual wrought iron gate with lattice design and scrolling decorative border. Old paint finish. 34" wide by 37" high. Good condition.
A pair of old chimney pots from the American mid-west ca 1900. Very nice patina from years of use. Suitable for decor or as pedestals. Each 24" high by 12" wide by 12" deep. Some cracks and nicks commensurate with age and usage.
An unusual antique Carre style sprung steel garden armchair in a more relaxed "lounge back" stance, French or American ca 1910. 30.5" high by 23.5" wide by 29" deep. It has been media blasted, zinc coated and powder coated in white. In very good condition.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Garden : Fixtures : Pre 1980 item #1183782 (stock #UR/066.02)
Nice pair of vintage garden urns in cast stone with flame finial lids. Urns are of traditional architectural design with nice green patina from use in the garden. Each is 25.5" high by 11" in diameter and 7" square at the base. In very good condition.
A charming set of small pressed botanical specimens in album format on acid free conservation mats, British early twentieth century. Meticulously mounted with the species name and collecting information equally meticulously written. Each piece is 8" x 11" matted. Sold as set only.
Round coffee table in wrought iron with gracefully curved arms and legs, scrolling vines with hammered leaf tip end visible under the glass surface, and hammered feet. Manufactured by Salterini ca 1940. Approx. 36" in diameter and 18" high. Still has original paint - no signs of rust. A very nice piece in excellent condition.
Lithographs of an Iceland Falcon and Osprey after paintings by J Wolf and A Thornton, renowned nineteenth century bird illustrators. In browns and aquas and in hand-finished frames each approx. 18" x 21.5". Allconservation materials used in framing.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Architectural : Exterior : Pre 1900 item #1203581 (stock #AR/044)
A large antique molded brick featuring the full figure of an eagle on its face. A primitive design with great charm. 16" high by 17" wide by 7" deep. Nice wear, nice condition.
Brightly hand-colored etchings of ferns, for the most part done by Robert Greville who aided Sir William Hooker in the publication of "Icones Filicum", London, 1829-31. Very large and delicately rendered etchings in custom hand-finished frames, each 21.5" wide by 27" high. Framed with conservation materials. More are available.
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.
Etching of female figure in 22k antiqued gold frame. Representation of a sculpture on the Royal Palace in Amsterdam by Artus Quellin ("AQ" to bottom left of image), etched by his brother Henry Quellin ("H" at center bottom). From a series published in 1655. 14" wide by 22" high. Framed with conservation materials.
Nineteenth century cast iron jardiniere from France with scrollwork design and corner finials. Has maker's mark on underside "Faure Revin 9". 13" high, 22" long, 12" deep. In excellent condition.