'GREEN MAN' BENCH
Victorian composition stone garden bench with 'Green Man' motif, c.1890
MARBLE GARDEN URNS
Pair of Italian Carrara marble campana shaped garden urns, c.1900
VICTORIAN MARBLE BENCH
Victorian marble and iron bench with pivoting back, c.1880
AMERICAN GARDEN CHAIRS
Pair of American wrought iron garden chairs, c.1940 (with weather resistant loose seats and backs)
CHINESE GARDEN STOOLS
Pair of Chinese green glaze garden stools, Jiangxi prov 20th Century
VICTORIAN SUN LOUNGERS
Pair of Victorian painted ironwork adjustable sun loungers with cast iron oval floral medallion backs, c.1890
Enamelled iron orangerie urns
After the originals made by E. Paris & Companie at their foundry at le Bourget in the latter part of the nineteenth Century.
The decoration is inspired by the patterns used on Rouen Faience glazed earthenware of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. These urns were popular in late nineteenth Century France in grand conservatories, particularly for orange trees which would be taken outside for
the summer and brought back in to the conservatory for the winter.
The Orangerie Urns are traditionally sand cast in a County Durham iron foundry. They are decorated in enamels and stove enamel finished enabling them to be kept outside all year round.