Garden seats: A Coalbrookdale Oak and Ivy pattern cast iron seat made for the Coloniescirca 1870with unusual oak apron and pierced metal seat, possible foundry stamps obscured by paint183cm longSeats with metal slats, were those made for export to hot climates where wooden seat slats could be degraded by termites and beetles.The original design, number 119253, was registered and patented by the Coalbrookdale Iron Foundry at the Public Record office on 8th March 1859, and is seat number 30 in their 1875 Castings Catalogue. It was designed by the sculptor John Bell, one of Coalbrookdale’s principal designers, whose famous Deerhound Centre Table was exhibited at the 1855 Universal Exhibition, and which is now in the Iron Bridge Gorge Museum, Shropshire. (See engraving)From a Private Collection in Ireland, see lot 35 for further information


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