Cast iron frog

The frog is very popular in France, the French being frequently called "froggies" by their English neighbors. 

 

For a very long time, cast iron frogs were frequently found in cafés, calling for a game of frog. Our cast iron frog, created in the 19th century, will cleverly populate your garden to give it a surprising touch and the charm of an old garden.

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
9.84 × 18.5 × 13 in
XIXth century
Year
1850
sold
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