Hard-to-find antique rosettes in cast bonze, dating from the early 1900s, and salvaged from the Stevens Hotel in Chicago, IL, built in 1927 (now known as the Hilton Chicago). These escutcheons coordinate with Sargent’s “Rearing Lion” pattern. The understated rosettes feature a textural pattern and are encircled with a border of laurel wreaths. The circular escutcheons are in excellent condition with a nicely aged patina, and each measures 2-3/8” in diameter. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH ROSETTE.