Wrought iron furniture to satisfy auction appetites

Author: Richard Brewster | Posted: 14th July, 2017

An impressive range of wrought iron garden furniture and décor – including two large garden gazebos – are among highlights of E.J. Ainger’s forthcoming weekly auction from 9.30am Tuesday July 18 at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

Garden arbours, benches, gates, balustrades and architectural features are among other wrought iron attractions.

A cast iron garden fountain is bound to appeal to auction goers, while wrought iron planters, wrought iron and marble buffets and side tables also are on offer.

Large wooden and cast iron courtyard doors and plantation shutters should attract plenty of attention along with the decorative gilt metal and glass basket chandeliers, candelabras, sconces and outdoor iron and glass lanterns.

The auction contains a selection of quality Persian rugs, several large and ornate gilt mirrors and a large rectangular leather framed mirror.

Among the Victorian, Edwardian and French antique furniture is a large French oak mirror back hallstand, two grandfather clocks, a rare F. Karrasch harpsichord and a German Atlus upright piano.

Other furniture includes a Victorian burr walnut cheval mirror, four leaf extension dining table double pedestal partners desk and two large French flame mahogany bookcases.

The auction also features Waterford crystal and glassware, silver and silver plate and Wedgewood, Royal Doulton and Beswick porcelain items.

Among the art on offer is a large collection of European and Australian oil and watercolour paintings and graphics. 

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