Lot 66    

General George Washington Iron Andirons
2010, Winter Fine & Decorative Art, February 20
American, Northeast, 1890-1930, cast-iron General George Washington andirons; ht. 15.25, dp 18 in.

Condition:  
Expected oxidation.
Sold: $411.25
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