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Firedog, wrought iron, from the Tower of Luxembourg, 15th century.
Pair of firedogs
Pair of firedogs, wrought iron, made in France, 15th century
Pair of firedogs, wrought iron with elaborate decoration and traces of gilding, made in Spain, ca. 1675-1700
Firedog, adapted for use with a coal-burning basket, wrought iron, made in England, ca. 1760-1800
Pair of firedogs, wrought iron and brass, a second spike added to each cross-bar to carry a coal-burning basket grate, made in England, ca. 1760-1800
Pair of firedogs, wrought iron, the hooks on the stem to support a cooking spit, made in Italy, ca. 1500
Firedog, cast iron, England, 1600-1700
Firedog, cast iron, Germany, From Rott, near Cornelymunster, 1475-1500
Firedog, cast iron, from Zweifall, near Aachen, Germany, 16th century.
A pair of Firedogs, cast iron, France, 1500-1600
Pair of firedogs, cast iron, the intials 'WI' on the stem, made in England, 1600-1650
Firedog, cast iron with initials 'JL' on the foot, from Dijon, made in France, 16th century
Pair of firedogs, wrought iron, with long black bars, trefoil arched feet and a spirally twisted upper part, early 17th century, Germany
Pair of firedogs, cast iron with brass three-leaved finials and lozenge-shaped plaques with the initial 'S', probably made by John Hardman & Co., Birmingham, possibly adapted from a design by A.W.N. Pugin, ca. 1830-1840
Pair of firedogs, wrought iron, adjustable hooks on the backs, made in England, 18th century
Firedog, cast iron with the initials IHS on a shield, made in England, 17th century
Firedog, cast iron with the initials 'IM' on a shield, made in England, 17th century
Two firedogs, each with a triangular base supporting a vase topped with flames. Ormolu, cast and chased.
Cast iron, England, 1600-1700
Bronze, Jupiter, on wood socle, Italian (Venice), model about 1560s, cast later
Firedogs, a pair, bronze, Italy, ca. 1560
Pair of firedogs, wrought iron and cast bronze, made in Italy, 17th century
Pair of firedogs, wrought iron and bronze, made in Italy, 17th century
Wrought iron. From an old house at Bideford, Devonshire.The upright of the fire-dog rises from an arched foot and is decorated with two plain medallions in front and another at the lower section, and has five hooks at the back for the spit.
Pair of ornamental andirons, decorated with bulls' heads, masks and satyrs, Italian, 16th or 17th century.
Raised, cast, chased, tooled and engraved silver and carved wood, London, ca.1670
Spit fire dog. Wrought iron. Inscribed CHM. Flat upfright on arched foot with applied quatrefoil plate; at the back are four hooks.