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Barbara Israel Garden Antiques

Specializing in medieval to mid-century modern garden ornaments from America, Europe, and Asia.

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New York , NY 10075
United States

phone (917) 494-8177

Katonah, NY , NY 10536
United States


Pair of Recumbent Lions

Recumbent Stone Lions

A rare pair of carved brownstone lions, in recumbent pose, with full manes and tails curled to opposing sides, their expressive faces with mouths slightly open, accentuated by stippled whisker marks and soulful lidded eyes,


One of a Pair of Carved Marble Benches

Coalbrookdale Nasturtium Seat

Pair of J.M. Blashfield Urns on Pedestals

Figure of a Kneeling Boy

Fruit Basket Finials

J.W. Fiske Urns on Pedestals

Eagle on Rocky Base

Hound Group

Bronze Urn on Pedestal

Figure of a Gentleman

Large Urn on Pedestal

Group of Teddy Bears in Various Poses


A nineteenth-century farmhouse in Katonah, NY, is home to Barbara Israel Garden Antiques' impressive array of period ornament from Europe, America, and Asia. The formal gardens surrounding the house are the perfect setting for our collection of fountains, statues, sundials, urns and gate pier finials, furniture, fencing, and wellheads dating from the fifteenth through the early twentieth centuries. Barbara Israel Garden Antiques works closely with landscape architects, designers, and private clients to find the ideal object for each individual garden. While the primary focus is on a classical ornament, we endeavor to satisfy all of our clients' requests from the most traditional to the more unexpected. With this intent, our inventory also features other significant ornamental trends including rustic furniture, Art Moderne/Art Deco pieces, nineteenth-century revival style objects, and eclectic items from the monumental focal piece to the perfect small flourish. We participate in four major antiques shows each year: The Winter Antiques Show in January, The Philadelphia Antiques & Art Show in late April, the Garden Art & Antiques Fair at the New York Botanical Garden in early May, and The Delaware Antiques Show in early November.