Large Group of Wrought Iron Hardware
- Sold for:
- American Furniture & Decorative Arts - 3303T
- Date / Time :
- October 29, 2019 10:00AM
Large Group of Wrought Iron Hardware, Pennsylvania, c. 1780-1800, including a pair of bullfrog-style hinges found in Adams County (ex-Craig Mowery Collection), which take the form of tulips when open; a pair of tulip hinges (ex-Dietrich American Foundation, Pennsylvania); a pair of Moravian ram's horn-shaped hinges, possibly from Berks County (ex-Dietrich American Foundation, Pennsylvania); a smaller pair of hinges with ram's horn terminals (ex-Terry Dwyer Antiques); and a Conestoga wagon hasp incorporating a heart shape (ex-Sorber Collection, Greg Kramer Antiques).
Literature: The Conestoga Wagon Hasp was published in Colonial Wrought Iron, the Sorber Collection, by Don Plummer, 1999, p. 227, figure 5-29.
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