This impressive bronze immediately captures one's attention with a hungry grizzly bear protecting the salmon at its feet. This is a signed and dated sculpture by Sandy Scott (b. 1943), ed. 3/35, 2004.
The incredible carved detail is what grabs your attention in this pair of mounted black forest carvings, one a wild boar and the other a fox. Note the carved texture of the fur and traditional oak leaf encircling each.
Lovely zinc garden sculpture of woman holding a rose. Note the drape of her cape and dress, a bag crosses her body as she gently gazes downward toward the rose. These early 19th century sculptures were most often found in a rose garden or orangerie.
These extremely large and impressive gate doors still have their orignal brown paint. It was used on a wealthy farmer's house in town as it was big enough for a hay wagon from the family farm out in the country to enter their house in the village.
This pair of large wood doors originally served as a huge gate in Southern Hungary, likely Szeged. The home owner had a farm out in the country & a house in the village. When they brought agricultural goods to town, this gate was wide enough for a hay wagon to enter.
These massive, heavy paneled doors are visually impressive. The original red paint is chipped off and severely distressed, adding to the authentic vintage nature of this pair of old exterior doors. Notice the mail slot and vintage door handle. Sold as is.
The polychrome painted doors have multiple glass panels in the upper half, with a raised panel painted blue below. The painted back is a lighter, weathered version of the front.
This pair of Swedish antique doors are heavy and broad - each one consisting of four raised panels and still retain the original iron hardware as well.
These doors have the same multi-panel design front & back and still retain the original hinges and door latch. This item is part of our “un-restored” collection and is being sold in "as is, used" original condition; how we found it in Europe.
The doors retain the original iron strap hinges and distressed yellow paint on one side only.
Pair of pine doors with a louvered pattern on the front and a dark unpainted back.
This pair of pine barn or stable doors retains the old green paint under a layer of distressed blue gray paint with the back painted an off white. The front features imitation louvers above and a raised panel design below.
The two pine doors have remnants of the old distressed red paint on the front with a decorative ship lap pattern. On the back you can see the original iron strap hinges and lock with the vertical pine boards painted green.
On one side are the original gate hinges with a louver and brick pattern and on the other, vertical boards.
These weathered pine doors have remnants of old green paint along with the original wrought iron gate hinges.
This stripped pine door has six raised panels and would be perfect to use as a sliding door for a pantry or bathroom.
The powerful appeal of this cast iron crucifix comes from the rusted, aged almost black iron with scattered remains of old, crackled white paint. The combination of severely weathered iron with the distressed finish enhance the visual impact of the symbolic suffering of the Christ figure.
This antique French wrought iron chandelier (circa 1920) has eight arms that radiate out from the center. Each arm is set with a single light, with a candle cover resting on a drip pan. With scrolled arms and applied leaf details, the chandelier has been re-wired for US electricity.
This large antique wrought iron chandelier features a long central rod supporting the six ornate scrolled arms and applied leaf details. Each of the 6 sockets are covered with a candle cover which rests on a round leaf drip pan.
Circa 1900 solid brass chandelier with a cherub supporting the center column decorated with a flowering vine. The six arms are nicely sculpted leaves and flowers and the finial imitates a cluster of grapes. The chandelier has the original old wiring and should be re-wired and the sockets replaced.
Each of the large ornate brass wall sconces has three goose neck arms with white frosted glass shades. The central ram's head is surrounded by a tied ribbon, wreath and leaf detail, in brass. These are from a Victorian Blackhawk, Colorado home and have the original wiring which needs to be replaced.