Browse Items (696 total) Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Browse Map Previous Page of 70 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. Group of terra-cotta planters with rams’ head handles, the bowl of each planter ornamented with laurel swags and stiff leaf motif Wirework plant stand with single “basket” to hold a pot or pots on four simple legs, with x-form stretchers and scrolled feet Illustration: Gilson, Wirework plant stand Special Catalogue of E. T. Barnum’s Wire Goods, Wire and Iron Work, Detroit: No. 29, Special Supplement, 1881. Wirework and wrought-iron garden gate Pair of wooden architectural fragments in the Rococo Revival style, with central Green Man mask ornamented with foliate embellishments Cast-iron and wooden settee, the cast-iron supports in the twig, or rustic, pattern, the seat and back composed of wooden slats 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" Cast-iron armchair with rose swags, foliate scrolls, and lyre motif marked “ROBERT WOOD” Pair of cast-iron, campana-form urns, the bodies semi-lobed with foliated handles, the scalloped rims with modified egg-and-dart motif, on ringed, tapered socles and integral square bases, marked “Wood & Perot Philadelphia." Pair of cast-iron, campana-form urns, the bodies shallow and semi-lobed, with fluted, ringed, and tapered socles and unusual wavy rims Previous Page of 70 Next Page Featured Item Lewis House, former home of John N. Lewis photograph of the Lewis House, located on Cruger Island Rd.