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Roderic H. Blackburn

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Restoration Products and Services, Firebacks, Furniture, Hardware

Furniture Hardware

This is a huge collection of mostly brass mounts, finials, casters, etc both new and antique. Also a group of new mahogany furniture finials (Chippendale, Federal), dozens of cabinet and drawer locks, iron bed bolts, and much more. A lot of the brasses, in sets, are new Lester Berry products of fine quality. Literally thousands of pieces. All from the restoration shop of what was one of the major antiques dealers in the country. Sold as a group, pick up. It will fill a car trunk - 27 boxes. Download a pdf of contents of all boxes.. Note: we have sold all the period hardware, have still a lot of sets of Chippendale reproductions (Lester Barry, top quality cast)

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Hardware brasses and mountshardware brasseshardweare finials

NOTE: A the moment we are casting the two American (Pennsylvania 1760s) firebacks only (see Nos 5 and 6 below), cast on order @ $450 plus cost of shipping. Thesde can also be picked up at the foundry in Rhode Island.

0949  Cast Iron Reproduction of English "Phoenix" Fireback dated 1650 No.1   England 1650  Exact  reproduction  of the original 1650 English fireback, depicting the Phoenix bird, symbol of resurrection and rebirth. Likely this image is a reference to the newly installed Cromwellian government, the revival of the rights of the common man in England after the fall of the monarchy. Excellent new condition. Cast iron  22 x 26"  OUT OF STOCK

Cast Iron Reproduction of English "Phoenix" Fireback dated 1650

0953    Cast Iron Reproduction of  the  Colebrookdale (PA) Furnace Fireback. No. 6 "COLEBROOKDALE FVR",  Pennsylvania   C. 1760S   An exact reproduction of an original  Colebrookdale Furnace fireback. All fireplaces in the 17th and 18th c. had firebacks to protect the bricks and beautify the hearth. This one is suitable for the very largest fireplaces. Excellent new condition.  Cast iron.  31.5" x 22"  

Cast Iron Reproduction of the Colebrookdale (PA) Furnace Fireback

0357  Repro of original English Fireback No. 2 (Coat-of-arms).  English foundry.  England, ca. 1740. An exact reproduction of an original English fireback of the 1740 period of King George II, with his coat of arms and initials "GR" for George Regina (King George). All fireplaces in the colonial period had firebacks to protect the brick and beautify the hearth, as they should do now.  Excellent new condition. Cast iron,  23 1/2 x 21 1/2"  OUT OF STOCK

Repro of original English Fireback No. 2

0359  Reproduction of 17th c. Netherlands Fireback. No. 7 (Nativity).   Netherlands, ca. 1670. An exact reproduction of the original Dutch fireback of the Nativity scene. Like early Netherlands firebacks, this is large and very ornate, with shaped crest and decorated border. All fireplaces in the 17th and 18th c. had firebacks to protect the bricks and beautify the hearth. This one is suitable for the very largest fireplaces. Excellent new condition.  Cast iron,  40 x 27 1/2"  OUT OF STOCK

Reproduction of 17th c. Netherlands Fireback. No. 7 (Nativity)

0950 Cast Iron Reproduction of an 18th c. French Fireback. No. 3 (coat-of-arms).  France 18th century. Exact reproduction  of the original French fireback featuring the royal arms embraced by palm branches. All fireplaces in the 17th and 18th c. had firebacks to protect the bricks and beautify the hearth. This one is suitable for the very largest fireplaces.  Excellent new condition. Cast iron.  19 x 190  OUT OF STOCK"

Cast Iron Reproduction of an 18th c. French Fireback. No. 3 (coat-of-arms).

0951 Reproduction of 18th c. Netherlands Fireback. No. 8 (Legionaire and lion).  Netherlands. 18th century. Exact  reproduction  of the original Dutch fireback, depicting a Roman Legionaire and a Lion surrounded by a border of vines and berries.  All fireplaces in the 17th and 18th c. had firebacks to protect the bricks and beautify the hearth. This one is suitable for the very largest fireplaces.  Excellent new condition. Cast iron, 25 x 19"   OUT OF  STOCK.

Reproduction of 18th c. Netherlands Fireback. No. 8 (Legionaire and lion).

0358 Repro of an original French Fireback, No. 4 (1659 coat-of-arms). French furnace,  France 1659. An exact reproduction from the original French cast iron fireback of 1659 fromerly in Lawrence Hall. Long Island. Excellent new condition. Cast iron,  25 x 25"   OUT OF STOCK

Repro of an original French Fireback, No. 4 (1659 coat-of-arms)

0952    Reproduction of 18th c. Netherlands Fireback. No. 9 (Legionaire and spear). Netherlands, 18th century.
Exact  reproduction  of the original Dutch fireback, depicting a Roman Legionaire and a Lion surrounded by a border of vines and berries. .All fireplaces in the 17th and 18th c. had firebacks to protect the bricks and beautify the hearth. This one is suitable for the very largest fireplaces.  Excellent new condition. Cast iron,  30 x 20"   OUT OF STOCK.

Reproduction of 18th c. Netherlands Fireback. No. 9 (Legionaire and spear)

0953  Cast Iron Reproduction of  the 1764 Colebrookdale (PA) Furnace Fireback. No. 5. Colebrookdale Furnace,  Pennsylvania  1764. An exact reproduction of the original 1764 Colebrookdale Furnace fireback. All fireplaces in the 17th and 18th c. had firebacks to protect the bricks and beautify the hearth. This one is suitable for the very largest fireplaces. Excellent new condition.  Cast iron, 29 x 21"   .

Cast Iron Reproduction of the 1764 Colebrookdale (PA) Furnace Fireback. No. 5

0957  Reproduction of 18th c. Netherlands Fireback. No. 10 (The Parrot)   Netherlands.,  l. 17th century.            Exact  reproduction  of the original Dutch fireback, depicting a parrot. All fireplaces in the 17th and 18th c. had firebacks to protect the bricks and beautify the hearth. This one is suitable for the very largest fireplaces.            Excellent new condition. Cast iron,  30 x 20"    OUT OF STOCK

Reproduction of 18th c. Netherlands Fireback. No. 10 (The Parrot)