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Collection: Historic House
Date: circa 1918
Classification: Temperature Control Equipment

Each one of this pair of massive silvered andirons of inverted baluster form with bold gadrooning is supported on two legs curled inward displaying low-relief Renaissance strap work ornament and sitting atop wide, boldly gadrooned and slightly domed feet. Below each urn is an irregularly shaped plate with scrolled ornament. The large finials above the baluster-shaped urns each display four segments separated by rope ornament.

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Collection: Historic House
Date: 1917
Classification: Temperature Control Equipment

This pair of brass and wrought-iron andirons each feature a crowned spread eagle facing outward, holding a shield in its talons with the Latin motto NEC SPE NEC METU (neither in hope nor in fear), and standing on a sphere. This top ornament is mounted with screws to a brass tasseled lambrequin flanked by brass scrolls and engraved with stylized floral ornament, including a bellflower motif.

Collection: Historic House
Date: circa 1918
Classification: Furniture

The walnut open armchair in the Jacobean style has baluster-and-block turned legs and stretchers, and curved arms. The arched and canted back and plain seat are covered in wool upholstery depicting red fruits overall (pomegranates, raspberries, cherries, and others) with green leaves on a dark-green background. The turned stretchers are let in to each other and the legs at blocks alternating with balusters. The back legs are square.

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Collection: Historic House
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Furniture

This walnut Jacobean open-arm chair with upholstered seat and back has squared and curved front legs ending in hoof feet with gadrooned collars. The front knees are carved with bellflowers flanked by foliate carving ending in rosettes. The back cabriole legs end in plain pad feet. The s-curved open arms end in flat scrolls with plain supports that curve slightly forward.

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