Set of Mid-19th Century Cast Iron Lyre-Back Garden Arm Chairs and Table Attributed to the Robert Wood FoundryProduct Barcode Id: 00005220
A beautiful set of mid-19th century cast iron Neoclassical or Greek Revival garden armchairs likely by the Robert Wood foundry. The wood foundry was in Philadelphia Pennsylvania and created cast iron sculptures and decorations. Original design Lyre-back splat with cabriole legs and foliate scrolls. Unmarked, but most likely cast by the Robert Wood foundry in Philadelphia. Featured in Wood & Petot's 1858 catalog featuring original designs for iron chairs, settees, tables and ornamental iron. All original except some replacement screws. In very good shape with minor, aesthetic-only rust marks. Table glass will need to be installed. Not repainted.
- Country: USA
- Condition: Good
- Year: Midcentury
- Dimensions: Chair H 31.5" x Chair H seat 15" x Chair H arm 24.5" x Chair W 21.5" x Chair D 22" x Table H without glass 28" x Table diameter 40"
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