This is a substantial pair of the best Newport andirons in a rarely seen rose brass. (For color comparison, we include an image of this rose brass pair next to a smaller yellow brass pair of penny footed andirons.)
The examples with claw and ball feet were the most expensive, produced later in the period, as compared to a similar pair we show in inventory which are earlier and of smaller scale (see sw001994
A closely related pair of ball topped andirons with coin feet which was exhibited by the Milwaukee Art Museum can be found illustrated in American Furniture with Related Decorative Arts
, 1660-1830, by Brock Jobe. (See scan below.)
Height: 21 in. Length: 18 1/2 in. Width: 11 1/4 in.