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Antique Cast Iron Pirate Ship Fireplace Screen

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Looking at this handsome, nautical piece one can almost hear a faint "Arrghh, where are jewels and the rum?" As depicted in the pictures there is great detail in this turn of the century masterpiece that was probably used as a protective shield preventing flying coal embers from 'jumping' into the adjacent areas from the hot blazing fire. It has developed a nice patina over the years.

This iron shield probably had a mica or stained glass piece of glass that was attached to the back , hence the three screws. The sea going vessel is likely a pirate ship as evidenced by the skull and cross bone marks on the mast as well as the griffin and the sea bird. An instant conversation piece in front of a fireplace or even if used as a door stop. It is definitely an exquisite piece of artistic design.

It measures 16" in height, 12.5" in width and 7" in depth and weighs 6 pounds. Take a minute to note the ornate base which is that of two serpents crossed in the back that offers it sturdy support. No tipping over on this treasure.

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Antique Cast Iron Pirate Ship Fireplace Screen