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A Pair: Antique solid brass and iron andirons from a stately city home. They are early 20th-century American-made andirons, and are taller than what is often found today from this era.
The brass has a lovely luster, as well as some patina and scratching. Overall, they are in terrific condition for the vintage. They are structurally sound and can handle another lifetime of use.
It appears from the photos that one andiron is taller than the other. This is actually not the case. They are each the same size