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Terra-cotta Lions

Item #05176

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A pair of 17th-century style terra-cotta lions seated on their haunches, with animated expressions, their fully-maned heads turned in opposing directions, Enlish, ca. 1890.  32.75 ins. high, 13.5 ins. wide, 23.75 ins. overall length.

BI: These are direct copies of 17th-century French lions and show the distinctive craggy face.  American lions tend to be friendly and gentle looking while their European counterparts are often engaged in or ready for battle.

Sale Price $7,500

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Single Marble Urn

Item #05212

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A campana-form carved marble urn, semi-lobed, with molded rising socle and integral square base, English, ca. 1820. Drainage hole in body of urn. 25 ins. high, 19.5 ins. wide; base 9.25 ins. square; interior 5 ins. in diameter, 5.5 ins. deep. Provenance: Formerly of a West Country estate designed by William Player.

Sale Price $1,500

 

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Historic Brooklyn Urn

Item #05390

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A cast-iron planter comprised of a tazza atop a fluted cylindrical baluster on an octagonal base, with plaque on baluster stamped “ERECTED 1901” and “PATENTED JUNE 8, 1830”, and with an opposing plaque depicting a classical maiden, American, ca. 1900. 52 ins. high, 41 ins. wide; bowl 12 ins. deep; base 52 ins. in diameter.

BI: This is an unusual piece with a wonderful history—I can see it at the center of a large courtyard used as a fountain or a horse trough at a stable.

Sale Price $4,500

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Large Oil Jar and Stand

Item #05528

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A large terra-cotta oil jar on wrought-iron stand, Italian, dated 1870. 49 ins. high, 48 ins. diameter..

BI: The renowned architect Stanford White of McKim, Mead and White is credited with bringing functional objects like this into the garden.  Oil jars and architectural fragments add a distinctly Italianate note to any outdoor space.

Sale Price $5,500

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French Water Barrel

Item #05598

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A mobile water hopper, or barrel, with copper wheels, French, ca. 1930. 33.5 ins. high, 66 ins. long, 33 ins. wide at wheel hubs, 19.5 ins. wide at handles.

Sale Price $950

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Framed Mirror

Item #05846

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Faux bamboo mirror, French, ca. 1940. 30.5 ins. high, 22.5 ins. wide; mirror 23 ins. high, 14.5 ins. wide.

Sale Price $425

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Gothic Style Wirework Benches

Item #05889

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A pair of wirework settees in the Gothic revival style, with quatrefoil and Gothic arch motifs, English, ca. 1950. 35 ins. high, 29 ins. wide, 23 ins. deep; seat 16 ins. high, 20 ins. deep..

Sale Price $2,950

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Wrought-iron Side Chairs

Item #05361

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A pair of wrought-iron chairs with simple, modern Neoclassical swag motif on the back, with basket weave seat, possibly by the Joseph J. Leinfelder firm of Lacrosse, WI, American, ca. 1940. 33 ins. high, 20.25 ins. overall width, 21 ins. overall depth.

Sale Price $1,100

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Contemporary Clock Dial Table

Item #05918

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A contemporary wrought-iron and glass occasional table, the base in the form of an antique clock with painted aluminum minute and hour hands, with antiqued greenish-black patina, Asian. 21 ins. high, diameter 36 ins.

Sale Price $650

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