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Cast Iron Urns on Pedestals


A pair of cast iron tazza form urns with scrolled handles, the body of the urns semi-lobed and on rising socles with egg and dart motif, on integral square bases, the urns atop cast-iron pedestals, the side panels ornamented with stylized botanical motif, American, circa 1960. Measure: 41 ins. overall height, 33 ins. overall width, 23.5 ins. deep.


  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions

    H 41 in. x W 33 in. x D 23.5 in.

    H 104.14 cm x W 83.82 cm x D 59.69 cm

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    Katonah, NY
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    Set of 2
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