A pair of antique fire dogs depicting religious scenes, dating to circa 1860. Their shining bronze large scale panels, of Baroque style, are constructed to iron, which would allow them to stand proud next to a fireplace; perhaps in the main room of a country or period property. Four religious and biblical scenes are showcased
A pair of antique 19th century bronze fire dogs. Their impressive large scale and bronze fronts are accompanied by a wealth of interesting imagery; perfect for the main or reception room of a period country home or townhouse. Dating to circa 1860 each one displays a bucolic scene of a farmer milking a horned cow
A large and elaborate French rococo style parcel gilt oval wall mirror circa 1900. This striking mirror is an eye-catching feature for an interior wall, extravagantly carved in walnut with scrolling foliage, acanthus crest and parcel gilded in a vibrant gold hue. Perfect for homes inspired by baroque and louis styling.
This spectacular antique limestone fireplace is an extremely rare and unique find, steeped in centuries old English history. It once resided at Warter Priory in Pocklington, Yorkshire and is exquisitely hand carved in the French style with the English coat of arms of the Pennington family. An important family of English history, the Pennington family
A striking early 20th century antique stone wall fountain depicting a neoclassical style grotesque or gargoyle style mask. This impressive limestone water feature makes a handsome focal point in a garden or courtyard, the water playfully designed to flow from the mouth of the mask. Exceptionally hand carved into limestone, it channels neoclassical and baroque
A large set of cast bronze baroque style antique fire dogs circa 1820. Thanks to their impressive scale and elaborate design, these bronze firedogs are perfect for adding visual interest to a large fireplace in a period property. Handsomely cast, each antique firedog is baroque in style and features a cherub or putto figure above
An impressive set of large baroque style cast brass fire dogs circa 1800. Though they date from the Georgian and Regency eras, these antique fire dogs have a distinctly baroque look with their elaborate scrolling design, striking globe forms and flame finials. More than 200 years old, each fire dog is cast in brass with