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Georgian Shell fireback

Georgian Shell Fireback

The Georgian Shell Fireback displays a simple elegance indicative of the decorative arts created during the Georgian Period (1714-1800).

The unadorned cockleshell, or scallop shell was especially popular with furniture makers of the period in Rhode Island. In olden lore, the cockleshell was a badge and attribute of a pilgrim.

• Fireback by J. Del Conner ©JDC 1982

• Cast Iron, Made by hand in the USA

• First introduced in 1982

• SF04 - 19" wide, 21.5" high, 51 pounds

• $410 retail price • $355 sale price includes free shipping

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