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Early Iron and Brass
Hand forged, American, iron, spike hitching post that is forged out of the solid. Twist upper section with hand forged rein ring. Seven Feet Tall. Painted red and black.
Continental 18thC. early 19thC. wrought iron candle and rush light Continental 18thC. early 19thC. wrought iron candle and rush light standard with spade feet and brass finial.
Diamond shaped adjustable slide. 41 1/2”H
Wrought Iron 18thC. Standing Meat Skewer Wrought Iron 18thC. Standing Meat Skewer. Two sided standing skewer with twist handle and eyelet.
24” Overall Length American or Continental
English 18thC. Brass Brazier English 18thC. Brass Brazier with open fretwork, ball and claw feet and an exceptionally nice tea pot.
This Brazier is a two-piece unit with acorn finials.
Jamb Hooks Jamb Hooks are for supporting fireplace tools and are made to screw into the wooden fireplace surround.
They can be used in either pairs (one on each side of fireplace) or one can be used on only one side.
There are four sets of pairs and several single jambs all are period.
Iron early pipe tongs English/American 18th C. wrought iron blacksmith made pipe tongs with spade point, ember grip ends and hanging hole with curled handle.
Measurements: 16 1/2" L x 4" H
Military camp stove

Revolutionary War Camp Stove: Wrought iron and sheet iron American camp stove used during the American Revolutionary War period. This stove retains its penny ended plate rests and curled feet, plus an early hand made wooden handle. Two splits in sheet iron ember pan. A rare survivor.
(11"L front to end of handle, by 8 7/8" w x 7 1/4"H)

iron bootscrapers
Pair of Boot Scrapers, very unusual pair of American wrought iron boot scrapers decorated with floral design, dated 1881
Measurements: 14 1/4"H x 14 1/4" W
Henry Baker Betty Lamp

Henry Baker Betty Lamp from the 1st half of the 19th C. wrought iron and brass miners lamp with brass heart shaped handle terminus. Baker worked in Pennsylvania. Heart shaped latch on grease or oil door.
Measurements: Body 4 1/4" x 3 1/4" with chain extended 8" H

Fireplace Crane
Fireplace Crane: Gronning Antiques have over 30 wrought iron fireplace cranes ranging in age from the 17th C. to the early 19th C. in inventory. They range in size from the longest arm being 65" L. and 53" H to 32" l. We have two very early double sate cranes: #1. 51" L x 57"H with rams horn ends, incising and makers name on it. #2. 42" L (arm) 68" H. with adjustable chain and handle.
Rhode Island Andirons Iron Rhode Island type 18thC. Andirons with very large penny feet. Very unusual in this size. Excellent Condition
Measurements: 13 1/2"H x 8 1/2"W x 14 3/4"D.
Quality bell metal American or English andirons with incised decoration on urns, Chippendale, 18thC. Iron dogs.
Measurements: 17 1/2" H x 21"D
Penny footed brass Philadelphia type 18th C. Andirons, iron dogs, part of one spur missing.
Measurements: 24 1/2"H x 21"D
Wonderful grouping of four pairs of andirons, All american 18th C. First Pair are Flame diamond head, penny footed, iron and brass and are knife blade andirons, Measurements: 22 1/2" H x 18"D
Pair two are brass and iron knife blade form with brass finials, Measurements: 21"H x 21"D
Pair three have penny feet and iron with large brass finials with a cone shaped section. Measurements: 22 1/4"H x 21"D
Pair four are iron and brass with penny feet and large urn finials. Measurements: 22 1/2"H x 20"D.


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