Coney Island Architectural Treasure

 

This four section terracotta planter represents one of the most important architectural elements of Coney Island ever offered. They decorated Stauch's Baths located on the Boardwalk and Stillwell Ave. Stauch's Baths was one of the most elegant bath houses in Coney Island and its ornate architecture was the most decorative and unique of all buildings or bath houses. Each planter contained flowering plants which cascaded down the structure. Truly of museum quality, each is decorated with sea horses and dolphins flanking a trident. The building was demolished in 1992.

16"h x 10'11"w x 19"d

$65,000

 

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