Lions and firedogs in gilt bronze. Regency, early 19th century. All after designs by Thomas Hope who lived from 1769 to 1831.

Pair of gilt bronze firedogs, used as decoration to enhance the visual aesthetics of the hearth. They were placed one to each side of the fireplace opening so are not andirons. ca. 1803. English, Gilt bronze. Attributed to Thomas Hope. Image © 1stdibs.com, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/building-garden/fireplaces-mantels/pair-of-gilt-bronze-regency-firedogs-thomas-hope-attributed-england-circa-1803/id-f_10158433/
Settee. ca. 1802. English. Bronzed and gilded beech, with restoration, and bronze mounts. After a design by Thomas Hope. The Trustees of the Faringdon Collection, Buscot Park, Oxfordshire and the Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture. Bruce White, photographer. Image © College Art Association. Fair use license. via http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/1310#.X6viGmhKjqU
Gilt-brass jardiniere with a circular top , the frieze set with four lion mask and ring “handles” interspersed with anthemion motif mounts. (lions head detail). 1800-1825. Regency. Gilt-brass and cast brass. English. Closely based on a design by Thomas Hope taken from “Household Furniture and Interior Decoration,” Plate XIX, Number 1. Image © 1995-2020, Carlton Hobbs LLC,. Fair use license. via http://carltonhobbs.com/portfolio-items/11233-a-large-regency-gilt-brass-jardiniere-stand-closely-based-on-a-design-by-thomas-hope/#jp-carousel-7681

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