These antique, neoclassical window grilles railings displays knopped details intersected by acanthus leaf sections. They include four posts with female figure caryatid capitals above spiral twist columns, above a foliate section and tall, squared bases. They would be stunning re-purposed as a gate. These grates were used to ornament and protect the glass in front of the bank vault entrance.
American National Bank of Denver/The First National Bank Building (818 17th Street, Denver, Colorado, built 1911). Operated as a bank until 1958 and is now a hotel.
Early 20th century
(1) Width 73 Depth 1.5 Height 38 inches
(1) Width 76 Depth 1.5 Height 38 inches
Set of Two American Beaux Arts Solid Bronze First National Bank Building Vault Railings
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