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A wonderful pair of large lead urns with figural handles and cherub decoration. Provenance: Peter Fuller, son of Alvan T. Fuller, whose summer estate in North Hampton, New Hampshire, included Fuller Gardens, a botanical garden built in the 1920s to honor his wife, Alva and upon his death, was opened to the public. Very good overall condition, with great patina, imperfections, and expected wear from the elements and use. Dimensions: Each are 21" h x 30" w at handles, 18" diameter at top, 13" diameter at base.
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Pair of Lead Urns with Figural Handles and Cherub Decoration
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