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Hessian Soldier Andirons of cast iron, 19-1/2" H. X 10-1/2" W. X 19" D., American, early 20th Century, stamped "M BIBI/2000/Pat. Pen.". These were the best known pattern of early 19th Century cast iron andirons and it is thought that because the real Hessian Soldiers, who fought against the Colonists during the American Revolution, were so disliked that the Americans enjoyed burning them in effigy in their fireplaces...
Original early 20th Century Cast iron Owl form Andirons with glass eyes through which the fire light shines, the glass eyes are in perfect condition, from the Rostand Manufacturing Co., a Connecticut foundry, 14" H. X 9" W. X 17" D. We accept time payments and quantity discounts, ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL. 200BX47
Steeple Top Andirons of Brass and Wrought Iron with round plinths and matching log stops, circa 1810, signed B. Edmands (Barnabas Edmands), Charlestown, no repairs, in excellent original condition, polished, not lacquered, 15 3/4" H. X 16 1/2" D. Barnabas Edmands opened a shop in Charlestown Massachusetts sometime between 1799 and 1810. He closed his shop in 1819...
An original pair of cast iron andirons marked with a patent date of 1886, they were made by the Peck, Stow and Wilcox foundry of Connecticut. This foundry was among those making the best castings of this type. The glass eyes are translucent allowing the light from the fire to make the eyes glow. In excellent original condition with no cracks in the glass eyes, they measure 15 1/2"H. X 9 1/2" W. X 16" D. overall. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED...
An original pair of cast iron owl form andirons with glass eyes. The eyes are translucent allowing the firelight to shine through and make the eyes glow. This particular pair is marked Rostand, the name of one of several foundries that cast this type of andiron at the beginning of the 20th Century. Rostand was one of several companies that produced the best quality versions of these. In excellent original condition, 15" H. X 9" W. X 15 1/2"...
Furniture : Pre 1920 item #1325614 (stock #216100TS)
Cast Iron Owl Form Andirons from the Rostand Manufacturing Co., circa 1900, having perfect glass eyes through which the fire light glows, 14 1/2" H. X 9" W. X 16" D. Owl form andirons were a popular item during the Arts & Crafts period. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL ** 216100TSBX44
Furniture : Pre 1920 item #1325615 (stock #2162391TB)
Owl Andirons: These Cast iron owl form andirons with glass eyes through which the fire glows were made by the Howes foundry of Boston, Massachusetts around 1900. The glass eyes have no cracks or breaks, the log holders have been replaced with accurate custom made ones.Owl form andirons were popular during the Arts & Crafts era and were made by several foundries in New England. 14 3/4" H. X 9 1/4" W. X 17 1/2" D. We accept time payments and quantity discounts...
A New England Drop Leaf Table, circa 1810-1820 of solid cherry with Chestnut secondary wood and a brass drawer pull on a single drawer. Its origin is most likely Connecticut or Massachusetts. The finish not original, but older and with a warm mellow tone. The structure is sound with no splits or breaks. There is one very small loss at one corner. The dimensions are: 20 1/2" W.,36" L., 29" H., 16" between the legs, 11 3/8" Leaf width. We accept time payments and quantity discounts...
Early 20th Century cast brass andirons in the form of anchors, with iron log holders, in excellent original condition, polished but not lacquered, 17 1/2" H. X 11 1/2" W. X 17 1/2" Deep. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL ** BX
East Dennis Antiques
With original oil on canvas scene - New Hampshire or Vermont. circa 1900. Height 16", Length 30", Depth 16". ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL, THE VERMONT ANTIQUES DEALERS ASSOCIATION (VADA), THE CAPE COD ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION (CCADA). **
Ebonized split baluster mirror with original eglomise panel, probably New England, Circa 1825. 31" high, 16" wide.
15 3/4" wide, 15.5" deep, 25" high.
East Dennis Antiques
Gilded molded gesso and gold leaf, triple borders of flowers and ribbons, scrolls, and four pointed stars, alternating between smooth covers, late 19th century, in excellent condition, ideal for oil paintings and mirrors. Sight size 22-1/4"x18-1/2", Rabbet size 22-3/4"x19-1/4", Overall size 28-1/2"x25". ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED...
Furniture : Pre 1900 item #868104 (stock #8674)
Pair of late Federal ring turned brass andirons with spurred cabriole legs and ball feet. American, circa 1830.
30.5" wide, 33.5" high, 15" deep, Louis XV style, Bombe Commode Stand. Made of Kingwood, with original marble top and original mounts.
60" high, 23.5" wide and extensively restored and with replaced glass that should be beveled but is plain glass instead.
17" wide, 44.5" high, 13.5" deep, Louis XV style French chest. Made of Tulip wood with bronze mounts and a marble top.