Large Andirons | Landiers

These French andirons are called 'landiers' in France. This dates from the times the andirons were the main cooking equipment in the house. They had spit hooks to grill meat or poultry and sometimes a cup to keep drinks warm.
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Age17th century
StyleLouis XIII
Depth 52.0 cm |20.5 inches
Height80.0 cm |31.5 inches
Width17.0 cm |6.7 inches
Weight41 kg |90 lbs
MaterialsWrought iron

Classification: ***: Very good condition, limited wear given the age and use. **: Clear signs of wear and possible structural problems including small instabilities. Still well suited for use in an open fireplace. *: Structural instability that hinders function other than decorative. For example, open fireplace tongs with a loose mechanism so that the ends can overlap. A fireback in this classification can still be used in a gas fireplace or as a backsplash. Should you want additional information about the quality or the classification of a specific fireplace accessory, do not hesitate to ask.


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