French 18th Century Grand Tour Cast Iron Plinth Garden Table Lion Claw Feet



2021-01-16 18:23:26

  • 1 Fine French Georgian 18th Century Scottish Grand Tour Very Rare Architectural Reclaimed Antique Garden Display Cast Iron Plinth Table On Hipped Lion Claw Feet Legs.  
  • Originally it was used to display hold a heavy marble statue.
  • It is surprising extremely heavy for its relatively small size such really heavy quality weighing around 180kg estimate approximate.
  • Finest hand cast made in France.
  • A feature that really stands and you will love are the unusually prominent wide 4 lion hipped claw feet legs as this design is so it can bear extreme weight.
  • We cannot find the makers foundry mark it has worn away with exteme old age.
  • Fabulous gift present.
  • It would make such a wonderful impressive feature for your country estate, garden, porch entrance driveway area.  
  • Circa late 18th century 1780's Georgian era 240 years old.
  • Free standing & very stable.
  • It has the so sought after naturally aged rusted patina, which feels masculine rough to the touch.
  • Condition report.  
  • Offered in fine charming old used well worn rusted weathered condition.  
  • Having various noticeable wear, stains, rust, discolouration commensurate with weathering & old age.  
  • International shipping worldwide is available please ask for a quote.
  • We can ship easily by pallet around Europe, for outside Europe it would either airfreight or sea freight shipping.
  • Viewings are welcome by appointment only for customer support please send us a message.    
  • We offer our clients exceptional professional customer service.
  • Cash upon collection is welcome.    
  • Browse our exciting other collections available in our shop gallery, we can offer you extra discount if you order 2 or more items happy shopping.
Dimensions in centimetres approximate
Height (50cm)Long axis 67cm (75cm including ‘lip’)Short axis 46cmShort axis across feet 64cmLong axis across feet 87cmUpstand approx. 1.5cm
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