With an intricate hand forged scrolling pattern, this early twentieth century iron folding screen or partition is composed of three panels, each with an arched top. Acquired by a Frenchman in Morocco during the French Colonial period, this artisan-made piece would be at home in a garden, on a patio, or as a room divider.
86.5" H X 48" W
Very large nineteenth century brass telescope with leather wrap on original wooden tripod. Includes brass lens cover. 60.5" H X 50" L
Library ladder made of ash, c. 1900. 44" H X 21" W X 28" D open
Large zinc clock face with hand painted enameled copper face and original iron hands, c. 1900. Marked with the name of the clock maker, Henriet Le Chesne. Was originally on...
Riveted iron wine cage, c. 1920. Originally used in a wine cellar. Holds 140 bottles. 64" H X 20" W X 19" D