Pride of Lions
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A collection of three lions (one on right on rockwork base is now sold):
Smallest: Painted tan and brown lion English cast iron lion doorstop retaining original tan and brown paint, probably Coalbrookdale, circa 1880 Measures: 8 in. high x 9 in. long x 1 in. deep $750
Next smallest: Full bodied lion on rocky plinth A full-bodied iron lion with gold body and black rocky plinth, English, circa 1890. Measures: 3.5 in. high x 10 in. long x 5 in. deep SOLD
Next largest: Cast iron black lion Fine English 19th century cast iron door stop in the form of a rampant lion, in original black paint, circa 1880. Measures: 9 in. high x 11 in. long x 3.5 in. deep $1,150
Largest: 19th century glazed earthenware lion English 19th century glazed earthenware lion with glazed mane, eyes, whiskers and claws on cream colored body, the recumbent beast on double plinth. Unmarked, circa 1860 Measures: 12.5 in. high x 22 in. long x 4 in. deep $2,900.
Size in listing is for largest
- 1850 - 1890
- Iron, Ceramic
wear and chipping to original painted surfaces, patinated
Height 12.5 inches
Width 22 inches
Depth 4 inches