Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns
Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns
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Pair of Large American Wrought Iron Gate Post Finials/Lanterns

DETAILS
From a 19th century Denver area mansion, this pair of antique, finials or lanterns originally flanked a grand staircase outdoors. Each features a spiral finial above a large, flattened ball of openwork C-scrolls and is supported on four legs. They could be fitted with lights to make impressive lanterns.
PROVENANCE
John Atten McMurtrie/John Good House (1007 Pennsylvania Street, Denver, Colorado, 80203), 1890-1965. Architect: Isaac Hodgson.
LITERATURE
S. Davis and B. Baldwin, Denver Dwellings and Descendants, p. 240, illustrated.
PERIOD
Late 19th century
DATE
Circa 1890
DIMENSIONS
Width 32 Depth 32 Height 58 inches
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