Browse Items (737 total) Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Browse Map Previous Page of 74 Next Page Sort by: TitleCreatorDate Added Rare cast-iron "Rococo" or "Gothic" garden seat the back constructed of hoops, the seat pierced, the front and back legs of cabriole form. Illustration: Janes, Kirtland & Co., Illustrated Catalogue of Ornamental Iron Work, New York, 1870, unpaged. Janes, Kirtland & Co., Illustrated Catalogue of Ornamental Iron Work, New York, 1870, unpaged. Two wirework trellises one with flared upper portion, the other with flat top and flared bottom, both with spiral wirework on the shaft Pair of stoneware roundels representing Day and Night Collection of hanging wire baskets with fanciful scrollwork Cast-iron Gothic Revival settee, the back and arms pierced with tracery and quatrefoils and with hexagon pierced seat, the legs joined by stretchers, together with a pair of matching armchairs Pair of terra-cotta lidded urns, the octagonal body of each urn ornamented with foliate motifs, the handles in the form of dragons, their open mouths grasping the lid of each urn, the lid with foliate terminal Terra-cotta figural group titled L’Enfants au Coeur (“Children of the Heart”) comprising two curly-haired winged cherubs representing Cupid and Psyche, with Cupid trying to prevent Psyche from stomping on the flaming heart that lies at their feet (alongside a rose and Cupid’s quiver full of arrows), the act of stomping… Group of three cast-iron campana, or bell-shaped, urns with foliated loop handles, the bodies semi-lobed, the rims with egg-and-dart motif, on ringed, tapered socles and square integral bases, marked “J. L. Mott New York" Group of painted terra-cotta hanging planters with flared rims, ornamented with foliate motifs and pierced for drainage Previous Page of 74 Next Page Featured Item Lewis House, former home of John N. Lewis photograph of the Lewis House, located on Cruger Island Rd.