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Brass Jardiniere Dutch 19th Century Lion Handles


Brass Jardiniere with scenes of country life, Dutch, 19th Century

Brass Jardiniere from Holland, 19th Century

Brass jardiniere features a scene of a sailboat on a river with a town in the background on one side, and a scene of a Dutch couple apparently ice skating, with a town in the background.

Shell designs at the bottom edge, with stylized foliate designs throughout. Lion head handles at each side.

Made in Holland in the 19th Century, circa 1850.

Measures 13" top diameter, and 11" high.

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