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Wrought Iron Boot Scraper, Masterfully Designed Scrolls, Wrought and Filed
Probably American, Circa 1800
A fine and beautiful example demonstrating the master blacksmiths ability - SOLD


Wrought Iron Boot Scraper, Masterfully Designed Scrolls, Wrought and Filed
Probably American, Circa 1800, entire view

(H: 9.5", W: 7.25", D: 8.5")

216-510 - SOLD




Umbrella Stand, Sailor in Crow's Nest, Whaling, Cast Iron, Original Paint
Anonymous, Circa 1875 to 1900
Rarely encountered in original paint; outstanding - SOLD


Umbrella Stand, Sailor in Crow's Nest, Whaling, Cast Iron, Original Paint
Anonymous, Circa 1875 to 1900, angle view

The casting features a sailor on crow's nest holding cast iron rope which forms the umbrella holder; the plinth having crossed anchor and blubber spade, bales and barrels. This remarkable stand retains its original detachable drip pan.
(H: 27"; W: 21.25"; D: 9")

191-412 - SOLD




Eagle, Cast Iron, Gold Leaf
Daniel Meeker Foundry
Newark, New Jersey
Circa 1850 - SOLD


Eagle, Cast Iron, Gold Leaf
Daniel Meeker Foundry
Newark, New Jersey
Circa 1850, entire view

A proud and powerful American symbol in weathered gold leaf surface perched on cloudband designed as architectural ornamentation. An eagle of the same form guards the entry, above the main doors of the Arsenal at 64th Street and 5TH Avenue, New York City; it was chosen by the buildings architect, Martin E. Thompson in 1851. (Width: 74"; height: 30".)

274-108 - SOLD




Antique Wrought Iron, Suffolk Door Latch, Swordfish Type by Master Blacksmith
Likely Connecticut, circa 1770-1815 - SOLD


Antique Wrought Iron, Suffolk Door Latch, Swordfish Type by Master Blacksmith
Likely Connecticut, circa 1770-1815, entire view 1

A rare, outstanding and complete set displaying the blacksmith’s mastery of craft
The entire nomenclature was ornamented with a whitesmith’s file; the latch bar,
staple, thumb terminus on thumb-press and the large nail-heads are notched and scalloped. Interior
components display a beautiful plumb-brown color; exterior in old black. This fine example is closely
related to that on the Pocotopaug Tavern, East Hampton, Connecticut 1; also, the Nathan Hale
Schoolhouse in New London, Connecticut 2. (Length: 26.25”, width: 4 1/8”, latch bar length: 15.25”, the
staple is 3.25” wide.) 1: See Early American Wrought Iron by Albert Sonn, page 110, p-late 139; 2
and page 112, plate 40.

SOLD

1247-11




Antique Wrought Iron Door Handle, Suffolk Style, Thumb Latch, Brace Catch
New England, 18th Century
Long curvaceous graceful tang terminating in spearpoint - SOLD


Antique Wrought Iron Door Handle, Suffolk Style, Thumb Latch, Brace Catch
New England, 18th Century
Long curvaceous graceful tang terminating in spearpoint, entire view 1

(Length: 28.5”, width: 3”, latch length: 10.5”)

SOLD

1247-12




Vintage Cast Iron Bird House, Cocoon Shape, Retains Hanging Device
Unknown Maker; please call for additional information - SOLD


Vintage Cast Iron Bird House in Cocoon Shape, entire view

(6.5 by 5.5”)

589-14 - SOLD




Hitching Post, Clenched Fist, Cast Iron, Great Patina
Unknown maker, circa 1860 to 1880
Cast in the round; fist with well defined knuckles and fingernails, holding a ring - SOLD


Hitching Post, Clenched Fist, Cast Iron, Great Patina
Unknown maker, circa 1860 to 1880, entire view

See Horsing Around: 19th Century Cast Iron Hitching Posts, Albany Institute of History and Art, page 45, catalog number 77. (H: 55.5")

1001-42 - SOLD




Charming Cast Iron Boy - SOLD


Charming Cast Iron Boy, entire view

This charming circa 1870 Victorian cast iron boy/cherub has been attributed the Fiske Foundry and we believe him to have originally been part of a garden fountain. He is a high quality decorative piece with an excellent surface that stands alone quite nicely to decorate either home or garden. There are single holes in each foot where he had been attached to his original stand.
Dimensions: 35-inches tall.

346-1 - SOLD




Eagle, Cast Iron
American
Second Half 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Cast Iron Figure, Eagle, angle view

This example with outstretched and turned head, perched on rockery, features a wonderfully oxidized surface with traces greenish-blue, almost verdigris paint.
(Height: 5"; wing span: 10.5"; depth: 4.25")

384-27 - SOLD




Cast Iron Running Horse
Anonymous - SOLD


Antique Weight, Running Horse, Cast Iron, entire view

A mold-cast form; very heavy, possible windmill weight, beautiful silhouette; perhaps inspired by weathervane form.
(Dimensions: 25.5 by 14")

336-103 - SOLD




Cast Iron Duck Paperweight
Canvasback
First half 20th century
Original paint - SOLD


Antique Decoy, Canvasback Duck Paperweight, Original Paint, angle view

Dimensions: 2.75-inches high, 6-inches long, 2.25-inches wide.

201-287 - SOLD




Sheet Iron Articulated Indian with Tomahawk and Tobacco Leaves
Unknown Maker and Age; but cool
Soft edges, brass rivets, light even surface rust, stamped pieces, embossed - SOLD


Antique Sheet Iron Indian, Articulated, entire view

(11.25 by 9")

1062-9 - SOLD




Gate Weight, Cast Iron, Dove, Spread Wing
America
19th Century - SOLD


Antique Gate Weight, Dove Form, Cast Iron, entire view

A dove form counterweight for gate fitted with ring for hanging; old paint.
(9.5 by 14.75")

203-222 - SOLD




President Benjamin Harrison
Cast Iron Trivet - SOLD


President Benjamin Harrison
Cast Iron Trivet, entire view

Cast iron trivet with bust portrait of President Harrison framed by horseshoe raised on three feet. (4 .5-inches Wide x 5-inches Long x ¾-inches High.)

110-341 - SOLD




A Scarce Cast Iron Trivet
President Grover Cleveland Trivet - SOLD


A Scarce Cast Iron Trivet
President Grover Cleveland Trivet, entire view

Cast iron trivet with three-quarter profile portrait of President Grover Cleveland surrounded by a horseshoe raised on three feet. (4 .5-inches Wide x 5-inches Long x ¾-inches High)

110-342 - SOLD





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