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  • Collection: The Gilded Garden

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…

Two wirework trellises

one with flared upper portion, the other with flat top and flared bottom, both with spiral wirework on the shaft

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.