An unusual Egyptian Revival cast iron and steel fire tool set with a triangular shape, footed stand topped by a fan shape finial, featuring 3 green enameled panels decorated with Egyptian figures; the tools include a poker, tongs and a shovel, headed by cast brass handles. American, manufactured by Russell & Erwin, New Britain CT, patented by Rudolphie Chiristeson' Design Patent 12,041, November 30, 1890. Dimensions: 29 1/2" H x 12" W
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