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The "Nasturtium" pattern was introduced to Victorian England in 1875. This extremely rare example of the work of the Coalbrookdale Foundry is a treasure. Nasturtium leaf design creates the back, and scrollwork arms flank the sides. Moss adds character and charm to the weathered oak seat slats. Original bronze nut caps attest to the authenticity.
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Excellent. Currently under complete restoration.
33 in. H x 72 in. W
84 cm H x 183 cm W
Mt Kisco, NY
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