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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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Urn, Cast Iron, George Washington, signed c. 1890

  A cast iron urn featuring the bas relief of George Washington with Campagna form handles. Signed "C. Palmer Utica NY" Now with a green patina. A great Cast Iron Garden item. (#1893)
Dimensions:  Height: 42"  Length: 25"  Width: 25"
$9,850.00  
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Transom, 3 Piece eliptical w/ 2 side lights English lead

  To a fine and rare English 3 piece entry door surround c.1790 made of Deal lead and tin and glass. The is in the neoclassic manner is one of the largest that we have had. No doubt with a double door below. The lead paterae is finely cast over very sharp models. The set has some repairs including some glass panels which are of the period but not original to the set. All in all and important statement. Transom 107" wide x 29" tall Sidelights 57 1/2" tall x 16" wide (#1894)
Dimensions:  Height: 29"  Length: 0"  Width: 107"
$10,000.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Steeple Top, American, c.1790

  To a good pair of brass and iron American made andirons. The neoclassic design having a steeple at the top above the rounded ball is typical of this period. This pair is set apart as they retain the original brass wrapped curved galleries to the rear of the andirons. This feature makes the andirons look much wider and fills up the void hearth. The andirons retain their original footed log stops made in the same style as the front section. These were usually lost over the years and fully or partially replaced, however these appear to be the originals, a rare survival. The andirons have been hand cleaned, polished and lacquered to protect the brass surface. (#1903)
Dimensions:  Height: 20.50"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$3,550.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Knife Blade, Marked IC, c.1790

  18th Century wrought iron and brass pair of andirons. This fine pair of New York andirons are initialed by the maker "I C" for John Conklin. The retain the orginal brass urn shapped finials and front sheilds as well as the original wrought iron penny feet. The design is typical of the Hudson Valley Dutch style. The brass has been hand cleaned, poilished and laquered. (#1904)
Dimensions:  Height: 22.50"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$2,550.00  
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Pedestal, Ebonized Wood, C.1900

  To a good quality American late 19th Century ebonized wood pedestal. The moulded top is footed on a block with incised asethitic carving. The support is a fluted colum with taper. Having a hand carved leaf capital and moulded base with hand carved leaves. (#1907)
Dimensions:  Height: 44.50"  Length: 15"  Width: 15"
$2,349.00  
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Andirons & Tools, Brass and Iron Urn top, American c.1800

  To a rare set of American Fireplace andirons and tools. The urn finials are mounted on a square plinth. Below are tappered columns with capitals and bases. These are footed on a rectangular base having moulded tops and bottoms which in turn sits on a brass member conecting them to the legs with fancy front cutwork. The cabriole legs are mounted with fours spurs each above ball and claw feet. The set of solid brass English or American fireplace tools are of similar form.. The shovel has a pierced and engraved shovel surface. All three items have a neoclassic urn finial. The shovel bottom is fretted and engraved with a neoclassic urn and filigree. (#1909)
Dimensions:  Height: 26"  Length: 21"  Width: 12"
$9,350.00  
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Fireback, Cast iron, French, c.1740-1770

  A French period c. 1740-1770 cast iron fireback with arched top and having a central detailed crest surrounded by rich moldings. The antique is of rich architectural form and in good condition. (#1911)
Dimensions:  Height: 25"  Length: 2"  Width: 25"
$1,600.00  
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Fireback, cast iron, 16th Century English

  To a cast iron English Fireback decorated to the front with the Royal arms and the badges of the Tudor Sovereigns similar to a model in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Note this rare survival has damage to the bottom caused by centuries of sitting in a fireplace containing wet embers which desolved the iron. A similar example is pictured in the book "English Fireplaces" by Alison Kelly c.1968 p.26 and rear of dustjacket. (#1912)
Dimensions:  Height: 29.50"  Length: 1"  Width: 24.50"
$10,650.00  
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Pediment, triangular, in 3 pieces Terra Cotta early 20th C.

  To a fine quality terra cotta pediment in three sections. The rich relief has a lamp with fire at the center surrounded by various filigree. The relief is quite high and the piece shows well in it's present uncleaned patina finish. Note: this architectural fittment was removed from itís original installation in Philadelphia, Pa. A great Garden item. (#1914)
Dimensions:  Height: 15"  Length: 79"  Width: 7"
$3,200.00  
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Panel, 3 piece terra cotta, early 20th C.

  To a fine quality cast terrra cotta 3 panel patera which was installed to the exterior of a building in Philadelphia. The 3 pieces are decorated with a swag, bowknots, flower drops and streaming ribbons. The relief is quite high and this piece could be used in a wall or inside of a home. The piece has the usual small chips and the orginal weathered patina finish. A great garden item. (#1915)
Dimensions:  Height: 16"  Length: 52"  Width: 4"
$3,200.00  
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Sculpture, Marble, French c.1900 Rams Head

  To a reproduction neoclassic hand carved white statuary marble center tablet from a fireplace mantelpiece. The tablet is developed with a goat head motif and rich swags of grapes. The style was used in the English Adams' period. The tablet is from the Stokesbury Estate. (White Marsh Hall, Chestnut Hill circa 1910). (#1918)
Dimensions:  Height: 12"  Length: 26.50"  Width: 5"
$9,600.00  
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Fireplace Fender, Brass English, Serpentine c.1790

  A fine quality English brass fireplace fender, pierced and engraved. Developed with a serpentine front and original straight returns, a rare feature. Period circa 1770-1790. The fender has been polished and lacquered. (#1919)
Dimensions:  Height: 5"  Length: 43"  Width: 15"
$2,599.00  
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Clock, Tall Case, Folk Art, American c.1880-1900

  A rare American Marquetry inlay tall case clock fitted with an 8 day time and strike movement. The fretted dial matches the fret work to the bonnet of the clock. The case is stepped, mounted with bead and reel trim, and highly inlaid with folk art motives includng animals - Lions and shields, Bacchus and filigree. A similar example, made by the same unidentified craftsman, is in the Museum of American Folk Art The secondary wood is tulip poplar. The primary wood is walnut.. The clock movement needs to be replaced. (#1923)
Dimensions:  Height: 89"  Length: 12.50"  Width: 22.50"
$7,450.00  
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Fireplace Fender, Dog, French Early 19 C. Bronze & Iron

  To a fine and rare fireplace fender decorated with left and right dog finials. The dos are seated on bronze rectangular bases mounted with filigree. Between these two are a bronze bottom rod and an iron top rod. The center of the two end can be adjusted for length. The Piece is in good condition. (#1924)
Dimensions:  Height: 8"  Length: 40"  Width: 3"
$2,500.00  
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