Manufactured in the 19th century by J.L. Mott of New York City, this cast iron fountain was likely a commissioned piece for a wealthy family.
It includes a drinking bowl for pets, a typical feature in Mott designs.
The fountain was recently found after more then 60 years in storage, and likely came from the Pittsburgh, PA, area.
It breaks down into multiple pieces, making handling and installation easier.
A true work of art.
Measurements: 88”H x 32” dia.