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Fireback, Cast Iron, Hopewell Furnace

  To a fine and rare dated 1772 cast iron fireback. Upon a ribbon above the floral pattern the iron master "MARK BIRD" has set his name with that of "HOPEWELL FURNACE" which was located on French Creek, Union Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Started c.1759. Bird a lieutenant-colonel in the American revolution unfortunately because of reverses he went bankrupt in 1785-1788. This fireback shows a rich rococo urn with flowers and arabesque. This is a rare survival in good condition with one small original iron stress crack to the bottom center. The fireback has been painted black and the detail picked out in gold. (#1597)
Dimensions:  Height: 21.25"  Length: 29"  Width: 0"
$12,000.00  
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Fireplace Fender, 18th C., Brass & Iron, English c.1790

  To a fine and rare neoclassic fireplace fender of curved form and retaining the original iron pan. The face is highly developed with swags and urns and punctuated with continuous design members which are further engraved. This fender is of fist quality and a rare survival. (#1605)
Dimensions:  Height: 7"  Length: 35"  Width: 9"
$6,700.00  
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Andirons & Tools, Brass & Iron, Vase Form, c.1800

  To a unique pair of brass and iron fireplace andirons from the Boston Area. The brass ball finials have central rib. The columns or pillars have vase and urn form and are supported on cabriole legs with spurs all supported on ball feet. The iron billets are curved and wrapped with brass and have brass log stops. The set retains two original fireplace tools (tongs and shovel) also of brass and iron. A similar brass and iron poker completes the set. This most unusual and fine fireplace set is in polished and lacquered patina. (#1606)
Dimensions:  Height: 28"  Length: 25"  Width: 11"
$12,000.00  
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Fireback, 18th C. Continental

  To a cast iron fireplace chimney back having an ornamental crest cast to the front. This example is dated 1786 and is notched on the sides which perhaps originally were used with side members now gone. The piece is rich in symbolic devices and has been recently painted to show them to advantage. (#1624)
Dimensions:  Height: 21.50"  Length: 22"  Width: 0.75"
$1,200.00  
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Transom, 3 pcs. Wood & Lead, Maine c.1810

  A 3 piece federal period transom set. Used to surround and entry door. Two side window and one overdoor panel. The pieces are made of pine and have ornamental rosettes. Most of the glass is original. Top window is 65 wide by 15 talll. Sidelights are 55 1/4 tall by 9 1/2 wide. (#1627)
Dimensions:  Height: 0"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$7,750.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Turned Baluster, Federal c.1810

  To a good pair of c.1810 Federal brass and iron fireplace andirons with turned balusters. The brass has been hand cleaned and polished. A coat of conservation lacquer has been applied. (#1644)
Dimensions:  Height: 14"  Length: 14.50"  Width: 8"
$1,500.00  
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Clock, Mantel, French, Gilt Bronze, c.1900

  To a Louis XV style gilt bronze mantel clock. The 5 1/2 inch dial signed Tiffany. The back with drum shaped bell striking movement stamped made in France. (#1664)
Dimensions:  Height: 18"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$4,800.00  
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Andirons, Cast Iron, In the form of Men c.1680

  To a rare pair of cast iron early English andirons with stylized Elizabethian motives. The billets have been renewed. (#1670)
Dimensions:  Height: 22"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$3,750.00  
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Barometer, English Banjo c.1810-1820 "Warrented Correct"

  To an English early 19th century "banjo form" wall barometer veneered in mahogany having silvered dial barometer register, hygrometer, thermometer, convex mirror and bubble level. (#1716)
Dimensions:  Height: 38"  Length: 10"  Width: 2"
$1,900.00  
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Urn, Cast Iron, American 19th C. fretted handles

  To a late 19th Century American cast iron ornamental garden urn, having original decoration and original ancient Greek styled fretted handles. Now mounted on a cast iron modern base with swag and bow knot handles. The completed piece resembles the aesthetic movement urn of the 1880s that was produced by N. Adams & Co. Philadelphia. A great garden item. (#1718)
Dimensions:  Height: 48"  Length: 24"  Width: 36"
$6,950.00  
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Pediment, A large triangular, Cherub c,1880

  To a fine quality hand carved mahogany architectural fragment. Reported to have been found in New Jersey, this piece retains the original finish and first quality hand carving. (#1720)
Dimensions:  Height: 16"  Length: 59"  Width: 6"
$6,000.00  
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Andirons & Tools, Bell Metal & Iron, Lemon top c.1800

  To a fine pair of American bell metal fireplace andirons in the early neoclassic style having lemon tops, baluster columns above cabriole legs with spurs ending in snake feet. They retain the original log stops and iron billets. Included is the original shovel with matching bell metal top and wrought iron handle and pan. (#1722)
Dimensions:  Height: 16.50"  Length: 11.25"  Width: 20"
$4,999.00  
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Urns, Pair, White Marble, Continental c.1900

  An important pair of hand carved early 20th century marble garden urns. These are styled from the famous Medici urn which was made in ancient Rome. The rim is carved in egg and dart, below the frieze is carved with ancient worthies which are footed on carved acanthus leaf decoration. Two leaf decorated curved handles are also supported by this course. The square base is mounted with tapered and fluted support above is a ring and an egg and dart course support the urn. The urns are mounted on separate marble bases of similiar stone. The handles and the urn are hand cut with small repairs and replacements as found in a piece of the age. Urn Height without base:32" A great garden item. (#1734)
Dimensions:  Height: 47"  Length: 24"  Width: 47"
$21,300.00  
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Pedestal, American Aesthetic "Screw Turned" c.1880

  A mahogany pedestal having a screw turned baluster support above a base which carved and composition floral ornament. The cut corner top has pendants with shell paterae. The pedestal has a rich patina refinish. (#1737)
Dimensions:  Height: 38"  Length: 13.50"  Width: 13.50"
$3,900.00  
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Pedestal, American Aesthetic "Ringed" Brass feet c.1880

  To a mahogany American c.1880 pedestal . This example retains the original brass lions feet as well as applied carving and a ring turned supporting baluster. The piece is in good refinished condtion. (#1738)
Dimensions:  Height: 36"  Length: 13.75"  Width: 13.75"
$3,900.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, English or American Turned, c.1810

  A good pair of English or American brass fireplace andirons having well turned baluster sections with acorn finial. The cabriole legs have spurs and end in ball feet. The wrought iron billets are in fine original condition. (#1743)
Dimensions:  Height: 17"  Length: 9.50"  Width: 18"
$2,150.00  
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Etagere, 3 Shelves, English, Mahogany c.1800

  To a good quality English mahogany etagere with three galleried shelves supported by turned posts and having a single drawer to the bottom. The feet are large ring turnings with original brass casters. (#1746)
Dimensions:  Height: 45"  Length: 17.50"  Width: 17.50"
$5,100.00  
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Fireback, Cast Iron, Pennsylvania, c.1760

  To a good quality Pennsylvania German cast iron stoveplate. The decorative field containing tulips and hearts and other stylized motives. The panel is cast in "nicht ge richet weh" The piece is also signed "S F" and dates to the mid 18th century from the Pennsylvanis iron furnaces. (#1750)
Dimensions:  Height: 23.50"  Length: 17.50"  Width: 0"
$950.00  
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Pedestal, American Aesthetic, Screw Turned c.1880

  A mahogany pedestal having a screw turned balluster supported above a moulded square base with composition ornament and footed cloven hoofs. The cut corner top is replaced after the original. The pedestal is in good condition with a medium brown refinish. (#1762)
Dimensions:  Height: 37.50"  Length: 14.50"  Width: 14.50"
$3,900.00  
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Planter, Limestone Round Top w/ Tree base c.1900

  To a Late 19th or early 20th C. hand cut limestone 2 piece planter in the form of a tree trunk. This piece is in good condition having been outside for many years. A great garden item. (#1781)
Dimensions:  Height: 37"  Length: 19"  Width: 14"
$2,400.00  
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