Lot 304

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19th century andirons after 18th century Federal pattern with claw and ball feet. Pair of neoclassical patinated metal urns with applied metal figures and twisted handles. Border circling base has a serpent pattern with fluted elements like the rim and center mount. A two-piece ceramic wall fountain with blue and black glaze on a white ground. Comes with a wooden mounting backing. The basin is decorated with floral patterns and signed on the base with the company name and logo. Dispenser is also decorated with floral theme with insets of architecture examples. The spout is in the form of a man's head with water coming from his mouth. Dimensions: Mounting wood: 21 3/4 inches tall X 13 inches wide; 55.24 cm tall X 33.02 cm wide. Basin: 6 3/8 inches tall X 13 1/4 inches wide X 9 3/4 inches deep; 16.19 cm tall X 33.65 cm wide X 24.76 cm deep. Spout: 9 5/8 inches tall X 7 7/8 inches wide X 4 3/4 inches deep; 24.44 cm tall X 20.0 cm wide X 12.06 cm deep. Andirons: 22 inches tall X 8 3/4 inches wide X 28 3/4 deep; 55.88 cm tall X 22.22 cm wide X 73.02 cm deep. Urns: 15 1/8 inches tall X 6 1/4 inches diameter; 38.41 cm tall X 15.87 cm diameter. All measurements are approximate.

  • Provenance: From the estate of Marian LeMoal in Annapolis, Maryland.
  • Condition: Use wear.

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