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Fountain, Marble "Boy with fish" c.1920

  To a fine quality interior carved marble and soft stone water fountain. The central fountain of soapstone carved with a boy and fish. The fountain bowl pedestal and plinth are Italian hard marble white with grey inclusions. A great garden item. (#1782)
Dimensions:  Height: 59"  Length: 0"  Width: 30"
$26,650.00  
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Transom, Rectangular, Lead, Philadelphia 1810-1820 Spruce

  To fine and rare Neoclassic overdoor transom. Removed from the rear of a house of quality from the 1200 Block of Spruce St. The retangular wood frame is mountwith the original steam bent ash moulded moulons which have their original cast lead mounts at the apex of the design members. This piece is a rare survival as some of the lead paterae reatain the original gilting under various coats of paint. (#1787)
Dimensions:  Height: 21"  Length: 62.50"  Width: 1.50"
$9,750.00  
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Fountain, Marble, 3 Young Boys & Boy with fish c.1900

  To a fine and rare hand carved English and Continental white marble water fountain. The base is carved with flowing water above the pedestal with three young boys mounted on top is a three lobed fountain bowl carved from from one piece of marble, also having a moulded edge. Above is a boy with spouting fish which is signed by the 19th C. Firenze Italian artist "P. Bozzanti" The fountain is piped for water and is a most rare survival. Provenance: Crowther of London Note: Small repairs and restorations as found in a piece of the is age. The bottom base pedestal was added at one point to raise and protect the entire fountain from the effects of the base pool of water. A great Garden item. (#1809)
Dimensions:  Height: 0"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$79,850.00  
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Fireplace Fender, 19th C., Brass

  To a fine quality Victorian brass fireplace fender decorated with scrolling vines, leaves and birds. The fender has been hand cleaned and lacquered. (#1817)
Dimensions:  Height: 8.50"  Length: 67.50"  Width: 17"
$4,000.00  
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Sculpture, Marble, Joan of Arc, c.1920-1940

  A fine quality hand cut Italian marble image of Joan of Arc as a farm girl. The bust is mounted on similar marble base and the stone has inclusions. The artwork is signed by the artist. (#1825)
Dimensions:  Height: 15"  Length: 15"  Width: 7"
$3,900.00  
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Statue, Marble, Classical Lady, c. 1900

  A large 19th c. good quality hand sculpted white marble full figure of a classic revival nymph. This example has a weathered surface as it has been in several gardens as a fine focal point. With the usual repairs as found with a piece of this age including some work to the rear. The naturalistic robes and detail are well executed. A great Garden item. (#1826)
Dimensions:  Height: 55"  Length: 24"  Width: 18"
$18,000.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Steeple Top, American, c1790-1810

  To a fine pair of American steeple topped neoclassic fireplace andirons. The spire is octagonal above a ball center having a medial rib. This is footed on an octagonal base on cabriole legs having spurs and ball feet. The log stops are also in the form of the andirons. Behind which are adjustable log stops. Brass polished and lacquerd (#1831)
Dimensions:  Height: 22"  Length: 22"  Width: 10.50"
$3,950.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Ball "Fernald Founder Boston 1825-42

  To a fine and rare pair of Boston Andirons signed by the maker. Having ball tops with medial rib. Below is a finely turned balluster mounted on heavy cast cabriole legs having spurs and hoof feet. The andirons retain the original brass log stops and iron billets. Brass hand polished and lacquerd. Another signed pair by the maker is in the collection of Old Sturbridge Village. (#1857)
Dimensions:  Height: 15"  Length: 22"  Width: 9"
$2,950.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, J. Davis Boston, c.1800-1810

  To fine pair of English or American fireplace andirons. The uprights are mounted with turned members footed on cabriole legs with spurs ending in snake feet. Behind the uprights are log stops and a brass lining. Signed by the maker or retailer. With repairs and some restoration. Brass has been polished and lacquered. (#1861)
Dimensions:  Height: 16"  Length: 17.50"  Width: 10.50"
$2,000.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Ball & Finial, c.1800-1810

  To a good pair of English or American Early 19th century fireplace andirons. The central column is moulded and topped with a ball having a belt course of rich dicing, under two turned brass finials. The legs are brass with ball feet and the andirons retain their original iron billets. Brass has been polished and lacquered. (#1862)
Dimensions:  Height: 17"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$1,500.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Faceted Finial, English, c.1810

  To a good pair of English brass and iron fireplace andirons. The central column with fine turnings below a faceted top with dome finial. The brass legs are cabriole with spurs mounted on ball feet. The original iron billets are covererd for the first third with brass to protect from heat. Brass has been professionaly polished and lacquered. (#1863)
Dimensions:  Height: 15"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$1,700.00  
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Urns, A pair, Cast Iron c.1910 On stand

  A good quality pair of American cast iron garden urns with unusual stem bases and open work bottoms. Could be used indoors or outside. A great Cast Iron Garden item. (#1870)
Dimensions:  Height: 34"  Length: 22"  Width: 22"
$4,300.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Lemon Top c.1800-1820

  To a good pair of English or American fireplace andirons. The tops of lemon form above turned ballusters footed on cabriole legs with spurs and hoof feet. The pair retains the original brass log stops and sheathing and iron billets. Brass polished and lacquered. (#1874)
Dimensions:  Height: 14"  Length: 17"  Width: 10"
$1,700.00  
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Transoms, 5 Rectangular Front St. Philadlephia c1820

  To a Philadelphia ornamental Transom of pine and lead c. 1810-1810. They have all been put in good condition, now restored and from a Building on Front Street Phialdelphia, Pennsylvania (#1878)
Dimensions:  Height: 0"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$10,000.00  
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Aquarium, Cast Iron c. 1880, unsigned Fiske, bronze color

  An American circa 1860-1890 cast iron aquarium. These aquariums wer used indoors as well as outside and make an unusual and beautiful display. These were advertised and shown in the J.W. Fiske catalog. This aquarium has been restored and is ususable. The bottom plinth is a later addition. Note: this aquarium was formerly in the collection at The Armour-Stiner House Irvington, New York. A great Cast Iron Garden item. (#1880)
Dimensions:  Height: 24"  Length: 24"  Width: 48"
$9,350.00  
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Aquarium, Cast Iron c. 1880, unsigned Fiske, white color

  An American circa 1860-1890 cast iron aquarium. These aquariums wer used indoors as well as outside and make an unusual and beautiful display. These were advertised and shown in the J.W. Fiske catalog. This aquarium has been restored and is ususable. The bottom plinth is a later addition. Note: this aquarium was formerly in the collection at The Armour-Stiner House Irvington, New York. A great Cast Iron Garden item. (#1881)
Dimensions:  Height: 48"  Length: 24"  Width: 24"
$9,350.00  
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Urns, A pair, Cast Iron, Ladies Heads c.1900-1920

  A pair of cast iron urns with separately cast ladies' heads and leaves which are attached to the main bowl. The Bowls are supported on oringal fluted columns. With ornamental bases and plain surbases which are original to the urns. A great Cast Iron Garden item. (#1885)
Dimensions:  Height: 36"  Length: 20"  Width: 20"
$9,050.00  
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Urns, A pair, Cast Iron, Aesthetic w/ frett handle.c.1880

  Pair of cast iron urns with large fretted handles which have 5 pointed stars on them. The handles are original and attached to ornamental urns, which are footed fluted supports. They are supported on replaced bases. A great Cast Iron Garden item. (#1887)
Dimensions:  Height: 65"  Length: 40"  Width: 28"
$11,350.00  
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Urns, A pair, Cast Iron, Medici, c.1890

  To a rare pair of late 19th C. cast iron Medici urns. The urns have good detail and are mounted on cast iron bases with laurel wreaths to the sides. A great Cast Iron Garden item. (#1891)
Dimensions:  Height: 43"  Length: 18"  Width: 18"
$13,350.00  
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Urn, Cast Iron, 3 Cranes, Bowl w/ frogs, c. 1871

  This urn has a detailed lip with frogs and leaves. 3 cranes or egrets below and a hexagonal bottom base. "Patented April 11th 1871" This large urn is a rare survival due to its pattern making and size. A great Cast Iron Garden item. (#1892)
Dimensions:  Height: 53"  Length: 42"  Width: 0"
$12,000.00  
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