Select Page

Contact Us

Please call, email, or fill out the form below to contact us.

Los Angeles Showroom
5838 Perry Drive
Culver City, CA 90232
(310) 838-8378

Malibu Showroom
6432 Busch Drive
Malibu, CA 90265
(310) 457-9091

Email Address *

Message *

French Cast Iron Sculpture Concentric Circles Disc on Pedestal Circa 1900

Trade Pricing
FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail

Detailed Description

A circular disc made for industrial us as a measuring device circa 1900 is now a sculpture for the garden.. This ahead of its time spectacle is a precursor to an industrial art movement that would flourish many decades later. Captivating and pre-modern, there is nothing like this available anywhere, its addition to a garden would be creative and functional. A body for climbing vines or simply a man made geometric shape to juxtapose the flowing organics of your interior or exterior landscape. Standing over 3 feet tall , the disc is 39 inches long and the flat two pronged base holding up the disc is 16 inches wide. Art collectors looking for something chic, original, one of a kind and rare will feel the spanning allure of this truly unique antique.

Inner Gardens located in Malibu and Culver City, California draws interior and exterior designers from all over the world in search of rare and wonderful art for the home and garden. Stephen Block has been bringing home precious antiques from his travels for over 30 years, hand picking rare planters, furniture and art. The Inner Gardens showrooms are home to hundreds of these items some dating back to the 17th century, everything specifically chosen for its captivating presence and especially for its story telling patina.

 

IG16862

Additional information

Material

Shape

Accessories, French Garden Art

Region

Circa

Dimensions

39''L x 43''H Disc is 1'' wide and the stand is 15''wide

Circa

1900

Pricing

Call the showroom at (310) 838-8378 for pricing or email info@innergardens.com

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “French Cast Iron Sculpture Concentric Circles Disc on Pedestal Circa 1900”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *