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Pair of English brass fireplace tool rests or fire dogs, after the designs of Thomas Jeckyll (1827 – 1881) or his brother Henry Jeckyll (1838 – 1917), made by the firm of Robbins & Company of Dudley, England. Each rest features a finely cast sunflower on an arched stem mounted on a trestle form base with flattened coiled feet connected by a top rail incised with Japanesque patterning and a rope twisted bottom rail. Registration mark on verso for 1879. 10 7/8″ H x 5” W x 7 3/4″ L. Late 19th century.
PROVENANCE: The Estate of Pia Stratton, Nashville, Tennessee.
CONDITION: Overall good condition with general use wear.