A fine pair of wrought-iron gates, each with a vase of stylized flowers and vines as its central element, with scrollwork and intricate floral details, American, ca. 1930. 73 ins. high, 48 ins. overall width.
Barbara says, "These are indeed 'garden gates'! One would think that they've actually pushed up out of the ground to join their fragile neighbors. I love the way the wrought-iron tendrils weave in and out of the vertical elements like an overgrown vine".