|Cast-Iron French Planter|
|Ref. No.:|| 3001-381.2|
|Year:|| c. 1880|
|Dimensions:|| 24" x 9 ½" 10 3/4" high|
This late-19th-century cast-iron footed planter is very French and very good-looking, with classic shape and patterning. Circa 1880.
Petite Copper Pot, Steel Handle
Probably used for sauces, this early-19th-century petite copper pot has a nice, long five-inch steel handle. It makes a great, distinctive addition to any copper collection.
|Petite Copper Pot, Steel Handle|
Antique Petite Copper
Water Jug With Lid
This is a wonderful little Victorian copper water jug with hinged lid and black wooden handle.
|Petite Copper Water Jug with Lid|
|Ref. No.:|| #20105-223|
|Year:|| England, circa 1880|
|Dimensions:|| 5-1/2" spout-to-handle x 6-1/4" tall|
Serving Dish With Lid
Pretty rope edging gives this antique heavy copper serving dish an extra dash of downstairs-Victorian style. This late-19th-century English piece has an equally heavy copper lid with a removable handle.
|Copper Serving Dish with Lid|
|Ref. No.:|| #20105-224|
|Year:|| England, circa 1870|
|Dimensions:|| 11 3/4" x 8 1/2: x 6" to top of handle|
Antique Copper and Brass
Tea Kettle (Toddy)
This elegantly shaped early-19th-century copper tea kettle has more than a touch of brass. With brass extensions from the shaped copper handle and a perky brass knob atop the lid, it's a real beauty. A lovely addition to any country-style kitchen.
|Copper & Brass Tea Kettle (Toddy)|
|Ref. No.:|| 7020-08|
|Year:|| circa 1820|
|Dimensions:|| 11-3/4" tall|
Antique Copper Kettle
This handsome mid-19th-century English copper kettle has classic lines, a graceful spout and a distinctive copper handle. (Many early pieces had these all-metal handles, because people often hung the kettles over a fire to boil.)
|Victorian Copper Kettle|
|Ref. No.:|| #6020-217|
|Year:|| England, circa 1850|
|Dimensions:|| 10 1/4" to edge of spout; 9" tall|
Antique French Tole Pitcher, Blue-Speckled
Pretty and tall, this tole blue-speckled pitcher from turn-of-the-last-century France has an elegant sweep of handle and a lid with a ceramic knob. These make great vases, and this one does hold water.
|French Tole Pitcher With Lid|
|Ref. No.:|| 20105-216|
|Year:|| France, circa 1900|
|Dimensions:|| 8-1/4" diameter x 15" tall|
Antique Copper Log Bin
|Copper Log Bin|
|Ref. No.:|| #21105-51|
|Year:|| England, circa 1870|
|Dimensions:|| 15-3/4" diameter x 12" tall|
This late-19th-century copper log bin from England makes an elegant statement beside the fireplace while holding the logs you need to make a grand fire. Studded-seam finishing.
Antique Copper Tea Kettle (Toddy)
Here's a pretty present for someone (maybe for yourself). This sweet Victorian copper toddy, or tea kettle, dates from about 1890 and will look great now in a city or country kitchen.
|Copper Tea Kettle (Toddy)|
|Ref. No.:|| 6020-195|
|Year:|| circa 1890|
|Dimensions:|| 7 inches tall|
Copper Planter, Brass Lion's Head Handles
From England, a handsome, oblong early-20th-century copper planter that makes an elegant presentation put to any number of uses. The piece, circa 1910, has great-looking brass lion's-head handles and claw feet.
|Copper Planter, Lion's Head Handles|
|Ref. No.:|| #20105-225|
|Year:|| England, circa 1910|
|Dimensions:|| 14" x 5" x 5" tall|
Antique Cast-Iron Balustrades
This is a set of four very early antique Georgian balustrades. They are cast-iron and probably Colbrook, an important English iron fabricator of the 19th century. They make an impressive wall decoration and can be hung all in the same direction, or two one way and two the other way, as shown. The backs and fronts are identical. Painted black and very impressive on the wall.
|Ref. No.:|| 551-249|
|Year:|| England, circa 1820|
|Dimensions:|| 9-1/2" x 36-3/4" each|
|Price:|| $595 the set of four|