1920s Large Art Deco Kramer Bros. Cast Iron Urn

1920s Large Art Deco Kramer Bros. Cast Iron Urn

1,800.00

36H” x 30W” x 18” dia.

Statement making entry piece. A classic Art Deco black cast iron urn, circa 1920, with beautiful handles. Must have!

FOUND IN NYC

Beginning in 1893, Kramer Brothers Foundry, Dayton, Ohio, made high quality cement (concrete) worker's tools with the brand name Gem. Kramer Brothers' tools included nickel-plated cast iron, brass, and bronze edgers, groovers, inside and outside angles, out-curve and in-curve edgers, gutter tools, jointers, and imprint (indent) rollers. In 1914 they claimed to be the largest cement tool manufacturer in the US.
Kramer Brothers Catalog cement tools 6 pages

Kramer's other cast iron products included parts for cooking and heating stoves, coal furnace parts, piano mover casters, sewer fittings, street lamp standards (posts), floral urns, lawn settees and chairs, and garden statuary. Their garden and decorative products are in the US Smithsonian collection and sold in high-end auctions.

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