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Schinkel Garden bench, Cast Iron 70” long
Schinkel Garden bench, Cast Iron 70” long
Schinkel Garden bench, Cast Iron 70” long

Schinkel Garden bench, Cast Iron 70” long

Cast Iron 19thC long Garden Bench With 3 detail panels with angels, attributed to Schinkel, 70” long examples are rare & hard to find The architect Schinkel designed several pieces of cast-iron furniture for the Berlin cast-iron industry, famous for its fine quality. These were at first used in the parks of the royal palaces at Berlin and Potsdam, but remained in production up to about 1860.(1987-2006) Europe and America 1800-1900, room 101 GARDEN CHAIR About 1825 Germany, Berlin; designed by Carl Friedrich Schinkel Cast iron, painted black Museum no. W.10-1986 The chair is part of a range of cast-iron furniture designed for the royal gardens in and around Berlin. Its black finish and high quality casting are typical of the ironwork produced in northern Germany in the 19th century. Schinkel, official architect to the King of Prussia, was a versatile and innovative designer who encouraged professional training for others. (Item number: 2785)






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