About Elizabeth Street Gallery: Elizabeth Street Gallery occupies the site of a renovated 1850s New York City firehouse, and an adjacent sculpture garden that houses the gallery’s collection of stone statuary and furniture. Elizabeth Street Gallery represents the vision and efforts of a life-long collector of fine objects. The owner has searched his surroundings and places throughout the world for pieces that are captivating, exceptional, and unique. Discoveries are as rare as an original Coney Island Shooting Gallery in working condition, an 18th Century iron safe disguised in the form of a barrel, to a pair of Art Deco marble and bronze urns flanked by cast birds, attributed to Albert Cheuret.
The Gallery is an intriguing curated collection of extraordinary pieces in several categories. It represents a refined aesthetic, and exceptional discoveries, acquired throughout fifty years of world travel.
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Extremely rare fossil assemblage of fish kill collected from the Montgomery county region of Indiana. Collected and prepared by Tom Witherspoon Jr. The plate includes the original notes of the preparer, a very unique touch. The fossils are from the Cambrian period. Shown here with a stand; it has a wall mount armature allowing for various display options as well. Impressive in diversity and scale at nearly 4 feet in length. 37"h x 47"w x 2"d