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Robert Lewis Chaise

Chaise 2.jpg Antique Cast Iron Horse Hitching PostThumbnailsStatuesque Bronze Crane  The crane is a symbol of happiness, eternal youth and good fortune because of the bird's fabled life span of a thousand years.  Measuring 5 1/2 feet tall, this graceful antique bronze garden crane has a lovely green patina.Antique Cast Iron Horse Hitching PostThumbnailsStatuesque Bronze Crane  The crane is a symbol of happiness, eternal youth and good fortune because of the bird's fabled life span of a thousand years.  Measuring 5 1/2 feet tall, this graceful antique bronze garden crane has a lovely green patina.Antique Cast Iron Horse Hitching PostThumbnailsStatuesque Bronze Crane  The crane is a symbol of happiness, eternal youth and good fortune because of the bird's fabled life span of a thousand years.  Measuring 5 1/2 feet tall, this graceful antique bronze garden crane has a lovely green patina.Antique Cast Iron Horse Hitching PostThumbnailsStatuesque Bronze Crane  The crane is a symbol of happiness, eternal youth and good fortune because of the bird's fabled life span of a thousand years.  Measuring 5 1/2 feet tall, this graceful antique bronze garden crane has a lovely green patina.

Robert Lewis' design studio was located in the world famous El Paseo in Santa Barbara. His classic outdoor furniture from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, made of tubular bronze and rope inspired many copies. Rumor has it that his employee Walter Lamb, was caught in Lewis' backyard tracing a Lewis chair pattern. Popular again, Robert Lewis furniture was originally only available in select shops in New York, Vancouver, Oakland, Los Angeles, Pasadena and of course Santa Barbara.

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