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American Rococo Cast Iron Bench

4,500.00
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American Rococo Cast Iron Bench

4,500.00

Item #1015

An American Rococo Cast Iron Settee in the “Urn of Blossoms” Pattern, stamped Pullis Bros, St. Louis mid-19th century, the back with cresting urn of flowers above a female mask, interlocking ovals centered by rosettes, C and S scrolls terminating in volutes, the serpentine seat with circular pierced Gothic roundels, scalloped conforming seat rail on floral and acanthus cabriole legs ending in scrolled toes. A few cracks are visible in seat panel, not affecting structural stability.

H41 1/4" , L46" , D21"

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Item #1015

An American Rococo Cast Iron Settee in the “Urn of Blossoms” Pattern, stamped Pullis Bros, St. Louis mid-19th century, the back with cresting urn of flowers above a female mask, interlocking ovals centered by rosettes, C and S scrolls terminating in volutes, the serpentine seat with circular pierced Gothic roundels, scalloped conforming seat rail on floral and acanthus cabriole legs ending in scrolled toes. A few cracks are visible in seat panel, not affecting structural stability.

H41 1/4" , L46" , D21"

This rare bench is identical, excepting its appointment of the impressive urn and flowers, to the bench catalogued as plate 171 in the 1970 exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art “19th Century American Furniture and Other Decorative Arts.”