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Brass Fireplace Set Made for Williamsburg Museum Reproductions

American 2nd half 20th Century

Visually correct reproductions with only minor construction variants of the originals. All heavy
gauge materials. Very stylish designs as would have been used in the American Federal period. They have the stamped mark Williamsburg used which can be seen in the detail photos. The price is for all of it, 3 fire tools, pair of steeple top andirons and a serpentine fire fender. Size below is for the fender. Andirons 17″H x 16″D x 10″ W each. The tools are about 29″ long.

Price

SOLD

Condition

Excellent, nearly new. Only slight surface rust and tarnish.

Measurements

Height: 6.25"
Width/Length: 48.75"
Depth: 16"

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