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Transom, Eliptical, Wood & Lead, New England c.1790

  A fine and rare Overdoor New England Transom of the c. 1790 period. This example retains most of the original cast lead neoclassic ornament. The apex is mounted with a star flower with veined petals, above are daisy swags connected by strawberry leaves. The spokes or rays are mounted with acanthus and Athenian leaves. It is most rare to see transoms with this amount of decoration. The piece was removed from a residence in Providence, Rhode Island. It has been hand cleaned of all old paint buildup, replacement lead work applied and the piece retains most of the original glass with some additions of period replacement glass. Silicone has been used to replace the original white lead. (#1041)
Dimensions:  Height: 18"  Length: 35.50"  Width: 1.50"
$8,650.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Ball Top, 19th Century

  To a pair of early 19th century ball top brass and iron fireplace andirons. The andirons retain the original iron billets which are wrapped in brass. Below the ball finials are trunks with turned lines which are footed on a carbriole legs with spurs ending on ball feet. Note the andirons have been cleaned and protected with conservation lacquer. (#1044)
Dimensions:  Height: 14.50"  Length: 17"  Width: 9.50"
$1,200.00  
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Fireplace Pot, Posset, Bell Metal c.1750-1800

  To a good quality English or American fireplace bell metal posset pot. This example was used wealthier homes as originally they were very costly but were needed as iron pots would not do for the hot beverage. (#1060)
Dimensions:  Height: 9.50"  Length: 15"  Width: 7.50"
$749.00  
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Andirons, Wrought Iron, Scrolls, European c.1900

  To a pair of wrought iron scrolled fireplace andirons having twisted central support below a beautifully curled and split top section. The feet are also scrolled as are two applied side pieces to the main pedestal. The andiron retain the log stops and rear billets. (#1071)
Dimensions:  Height: 22"  Length: 22"  Width: 10"
$1,600.00  
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Tables, Pair of Side, Ceramic "Elephants", Thailand c.1950

  To a pair of blue glaze elephants with colorful tops and saddles. Overlaid with thick plate glass tops gilt to the bottom and placed on the elephants for a pair of side tables. (#1087)
Dimensions:  Height: 24"  Length: 24.75"  Width: 20.50"
$2,550.00  
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Fireback, c.1750 American, Stove Plate

  To an American c.1750 cast iron fireplace stove plate. The plate is decorated with Pennsylvania Dutch folk art motives including tulip and heart devices. The horizontal band course has abbreviations for the first verse of Psalms 106, which in Martin Luther's translation would be Psalms 107 or 118. The Translation states, "Give Thanks unto the lord for He is good and His mercy endureth for ever." Below the band course is a losenge with initials for the furnace and furnace master which have not been identified. The plate was probably made in Lancaster County Pennsylvania. A similar example is illistrated in plate #209 in Henry C. Mercer's book, "The bible in Iron" (#1101)
Dimensions:  Height: 26"  Length: 24"  Width: 0.75"
$1,500.00  
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Girandole, American, Boston c.1850-1865 "Birds"

  To a single cast bronze girandole candlestick of American origin c.1850-1865. Known as the "Triple Bird." This single pedestal model retains the highlight original gold plating. It is mounted with Prince Albert period prisms. A similar style example can be seen in plate #240 in "19th Century Lighting" by H. Parrott Bacott. (#1103)
Dimensions:  Height: 15.50"  Length: 10.50"  Width: 3.75"
$1,600.00  
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Girandoles, Set 3, American c1850 "Silvered Turkish Man"

  To a three piece girandole set of the c.1840-1860 period. The marble bases are mounted with male figures in the exotic Turkish motive. Above are filigree supports with ornamental candle holders. The sets are mounted with period cut glass coffin shaped prisms and buttons. NOTE:This is one of few sets retaining the original silver gilt over bronze finish. In "As Is" condition. (#1116)
Dimensions:  Height: 19"  Length: 16"  Width: 5"
$2,899.00  
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Transom, Eliptical, Sunbust, Batavian c.1850-1870

  To a mid 19th century teak wood overdoor transom. The astragals are arranged in an interesting sunburst pattern. The transom has been hand cleaned of paint and reglazed. (#1118)
Dimensions:  Height: 26.25"  Length: 52.50"  Width: 0"
$1,600.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Urn Top, Federal, c.1800

  To a pair of fireplace andirons having rich turnings above Iron billets. The cabriole legs end in pad feet mounted on balls. The legs also have spurs. The andirons have been hand cleaned and protected with conservation lacquer. (#1126)
Dimensions:  Height: 16.50"  Length: 17"  Width: 9.50"
$1,350.00  
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Girandole, American c.1850 "Colonial Soldier & Girl"

  To a single cast bronze girandole candlestick of American origin c.1840-1860. Known as the spirit of '76. This single pedestal model retains the highlight original gold plating. It is mounted with snowflake period prisms. A similar style example can be seen in plate #278 in "19th Century Lighting" by H. Parrott Bacott. (#1137)
Dimensions:  Height: 15.25"  Length: 5"  Width: 3"
$1,600.00  
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Fireback, 18th C. English, Religious Pilgrims

  To a fine quality cast iron fireplace fireback. The unsigned example is of European or English origin. The front is cast with a religious scene of two pilgrims and a monk. Of tombstone top form, the perimeter of the fire back retains the original moulded edge. Note: these firebacks were used to protect the brick of the fireplace and to radiate heat to the front. There is one partial crack, which is usual with this early type of flood mold casting. (#1140)
Dimensions:  Height: 24"  Length: 24"  Width: 1"
$1,900.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Ball Top, early 19th C.

  A pair of early 19th c. English or American ball top fireplace andirons. This pair retains the original iron billets with cabriole legs with spurs ending in snake feet. They have been cleaned and lacquered. They also have the left and right brass galleries and matching log stops also in brass. This pair are are known as lefts and rights as they flare to fill in the fireplace opening. The andirons have been hand polished and treated with conservation lacquer, which can be easily removed. (#1144)
Dimensions:  Height: 17.50"  Length: 27"  Width: 13"
$2,800.00  
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Tea Caddy, Mahogany, English "Bombay shape", c.1760-1780

  To a rare 18th c. English Bombay tea caddy retaining the original handle with the normal repairs. This example has a fine old patina finish. The secondary woods are oak and pine. (#1149)
Dimensions:  Height: 5.75"  Length: 10.50"  Width: 6.25"
$1,900.00  
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Table, Console, French Louis XV c.1760

  To a carved beech, wall mounted, marble topped console table. The table is richly carved in floral decoration, which has been covered in gesso and gilt. The marble top has intersting figure and repair. (#1162)
Dimensions:  Height: 32"  Length: 35.25"  Width: 18"
$6,349.00  
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Transom, Eliptical, Lead, New England c.1790-1810

  To a small fine quality New England over door transom. The exterior is soft pine wood. The center is comprised of tin members covered with cast lead paterae. The apex is a basket of flowers surrounded by star flowers connecting swags of filigree. This survival is high quality and most unusual do to the extensive ornament. The window has been hand cleaned, repaired and reglazed with period American glass. (#1167)
Dimensions:  Height: 13.50"  Length: 38.75"  Width: 2"
$6,000.00  
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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Steeple Top, Boston, c.1810

  To a most rare pair of fireplace andirons signed by the maker, "Davis, Boston" c. 1810. The andirons are raised on cabriole spurred legs above are turned bases with turned balls and faceted spires. The andirons retain the original brass signed galleries with log stops matching the fronts. The wrougt iron billets to the rear have had some repair. They have been cleaned and treated with conservation lacquer. (#1170)
Dimensions:  Height: 16"  Length: 20"  Width: 11"
$3,350.00  
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Fireplace Fender, pierced brass, 19th c., English

  A good quality 19th century English or American neoclassic fireplace fender. The fender is fretted and highly engraved and also mounted with brass buttons. It is strengthened below with an iron bar. At one point it had been reduced in length. The fender has been hand cleaned and treated with conservation lacquer which can easily be removed. (#1178)
Dimensions:  Height: 8.25"  Length: 51"  Width: 12.50"
$1,900.00  
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Stool, Piano, Victorian rococo style, Mahogany c.1840

  An early English or American piano stool, signed to the bottom "J FITTER." This example is made of highly figured walnut and retains a good patinaed surface. The bottom is also hand carved in Neoclassic motives and the piece retains the original upholstery and needlework show covering with modern trim. (#1179)
Dimensions:  Height: 20"  Length: 0"  Width: 13.50"
$1,900.00  
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Girandole, American c.1848 "Natty Bumppo & Daniel Boone"

  To a single cast bronze girandole candlestick of American origin c.1848. Known as "Natty Bumppo & Daniel Boone." This single pedestal model is signed by the maker, "Cornelius & Co., Patented December 5, 1848." It is mounted with snowflake period prisms. A similar style example can be seen in plate #243a,b,c,d in "19th Century Lighting" by H. Parrott Bacott. (#1182)
Dimensions:  Height: 17.50"  Length: 6.50"  Width: 4"
$1,600.00  
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