Hearth & Metal Wares
IMG_0831

Sheet iron reflector oven or tin kitchen, American, early 19th century, complete with its original forged iron spit. In sound, useable condition. 23 1/2" L x 11 1/2" W x 16 1/2" H. Stock No. M371. $375.00

DSC01752

Pair of Federal brass andirons, New York c. 1790. Small size and crisp, detailed casting. 15" H x 16" D. Stock No. M156. $250.00

IMG_9752

Cast iron baroque dolphin andirons signed Bradley & Hubbard, Meriden, Connecticut, late 19th century. 14 1/4" H x 7 1/4" W x 18" D. Stock No. M737. $435.00

DSC02515

Cast steel adze head signed Simmons & Co, Cohoes, New York, c. 1850. 9 1/2" L. Stock No. M575. $50.00

DSC02516

Cast iron poringer, enameled interior, signed Thomas Clark, Wolverhampton, English c. 1850. 2 1/2" H x 6" Dia. Stock No. M203. $70.00

DSC02668

Pair of forged iron HL hinges, American, 18th century, both retaining traces of early white paint. 8" H x 7 1/2" W. Stock No. M565. $90.00

DSC02672

Diminutive pair of forged iron tongs with a lemon finial, American, late 18th or early 19th century, possibly for use in a Franklin fireplace. 16 1/2" L. Stock No. M450. $60.00

DSC02674

Pair of forged iron fireplace tongs with a ball finial, American, late 18th or early 19th century. 22" L. Stock No. M451. $50.00

DSC02669

Forged iron spatula with a turned wooden handle, American, 18th or early 19th century. The handle appears to be made of chestnut. 16" L. Stock No. M392. $55.00

DSC02658

Forged iron ladle or dipper, American, 18th or early 19th century. 17" L. Stock No. M479. $45.00

sold

Sold Hearth Accessories

1008

Pair of forged iron andirons, American, 18th century. Desirable small size and unusual form. 13" H x 13" D. Stock No. M53. SOLD

unnamed-11

Sheet brass wall box with repousse decoration depicting a double-headed eagle and flowers. Probably Dutch, first half 19th century. 4.75" L x 2.25" W x 5" H. Stock No. M240. SOLD

DSC02671

Cast and engraved brass skimmer in the form of a bishop, likely English, 19th century. 23 1/4" L. Stock No. M571. SOLD

IMG_7736

Cast and forged iron waffle iron, American, 1780-1820. 28 1/2" L. Stock No. M631. SOLD

DSC01865

Tin lighthouse coffee pot, American, second quarter 19th century. 10.5" H. Stock No. M292. SOLD

jambhook

Brass jamb hook, English or American c. 1800. 4" H. Stock No. M188. SOLD

DSC02214

Brass footed bowl, English or Dutch c. 1760. 9" Dia. x 5 1/4" H. Stock No. M513. SOLD

DSC01834

Cast bronze bootscrape featuring a pair of winged lions flanking an acorn, likely English, second quarter 19th century. Dark patina. 10" L x 6 1/4" W x 5 1/2" H. Stock No. M311. SOLD

photo (1)

Rare cast iron doorstop in the form of a Japanese spaniel manufactured by CJO (the Judd Company), New Britain, Connecticut, early 20th century. 9" H. Stock No. M209. SOLD

DSC01896

Dome top asphaltum varnished tin document box retaining its original painted decoration featuring peaches and a band of foliage, New England c. 1830. 9.25" L x 5" W x 6.5" H. Stock No. M301. SOLD

DSC01827

Red-painted spice tin with pivoting interlocking lid labelled cinnamon, American or English, fourth quarter 19th century. Vibrant, original paint. 6 3/4" H x 8" L x 5 1/2" W. Stock No. M321. SOLD

DSC01913

Tin lamp filler with brass fittings, American c. 1860. 9.5" H. Stock No. M309. SOLD

1011

Adjustable forged iron candlestick with hanging spike, 18th century. 6" H x 8" L. Stock No. M109. SOLD

unnamed-10

Ball-and-claw foot brass trivet with an openwork top featuring a pair of lovebirds, English or Dutch, second half 18th century. 10.5" L x 6" W x 3.75" H. Stock No. M220. SOLD

1001

Cast iron baking pan, American, early 19th century. 14" L x 9.5" W. Stock No. M40. SOLD

1009

Cast iron candle snuffer, English, early 19th century. 6.5" L x 2" W. Stock No. M67. SOLD

1006

Cast iron entwined serpent hearth trivet, American, c. 1840. See McClinton, page 81. 5.5" W x 9" L. Stock No. M37. SOLD

DSC01749

Cast iron posnet, American, 18th or early 19th century. 5" Dia. x 9" L. Stock No. M163. SOLD

1000

Cast iron spider, American, late 18th century. 10" Dia. x 19" L (extreme). Stock No. M39. SOLD

1013

Dimunitive pair of wrought iron andirons with brass finials and fitted with spit hooks, English, late 17th or early 18th century. 11" H x 13"D. Stock No. M114. SOLD

1004

Elaborate forged iron rotating hearth toaster, continental or possibly American, 18th century. 19" L x 12.5" W. Stock No. M108. SOLD

1005

Forged iron hearth trivet, American, 18th century. 6.5" Dia. x 13" L. Stock No. M64. SOLD

1003

Forged iron rotating hearth toaster, American, 18th century. 12" W x 19.5" L. Stock No. M42. SOLD

1010

Forged iron saw tooth trammel, American, early to mid 18th century. 43" L, extending to 61". Stock No. M42. SOLD

DSC01748

Pair of forged iron andirons, American, 18th century. The 45-degree orientation of the billet bars is an unusual feature. 13.5" H x 15" L. Stock No. M157. SOLD

1012

Pair of iron plant stands, possibly English, late 19th century. Old white painted surface. 37" H x 15" Dia. Stock No. M113. SOLD

1007

Pair of wrought iron gooseneck andirons with faceted knobs, American, 18th century. 9.5" W x 15.5" H x 18" D. Stock No. M52. SOLD

page16-1002-full

Wrought iron rotating broiler, probably Connecticut, late 18th century. Said to have descended in the family of John Samuel Peters (1772-1858) of Hebron, 26th Governor of Connecticut. 13" Dia. x 24" L (extreme). Stock No. M50. SOLD