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A column or series of columns, of timber, marble, alabaster or metal, surmounted by a flat top, that may be used to display a sculpture, ceramic or a plant.

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A Victorian mahogany TORCHÈRE, late 19th century, a tall parlour pedestal on a single turned column terminating in three splayed inward scrolling legs and a finial, with relief carved acanthus detailing to the base. Height 120 cm

A pair of Art Nouveau style timber pedestals, early 20th century, the obelisk style pedestals in a faux rosewood finish, with square platform tops supported by four shaped buttresses, and to the sides applied floral motifs with trailing stems in the Art No

Italian wooden pedestal tri-footed with carved legs, decorated with maiden bust and claw feet. Height 110 cm. Width 42 cm. Provenance: Collection of Margot Montgomery

Antique Ebonized column pedestal, approx 115 cm high, 30 cm square

An Australian Colonial cedar pedestal with rectangular top and leaf scroll support. Height 110 cm

A West Australian turned jarrah pedestal, early 20th century, with feature 'curly-grain' column. Height 109 cm, diameter 30 cm (top)

A West Australian turned jarrah pedestal, early 20th century. Height 108 cm, diameter 30 cm (top)

A large mahogany pedestal, in rich dark tones with a squared top above a turned and reeded tapering stem to a circular socle and a substantial square base. Height 108 cm. Width 40 cm. Depth 40 cm

Antique vineyard wooden wine press screw mounted as a pedestal, iron straps to base, circa 1800, approx 144 cm high

An ebonised Boulle pedestal, French, 19th century, with applied classical gilt mask to the centre and brass pierced work to the facade, a compartment to the reverse, 77 cm high, 44 cm wide, 39 cm deep

A turned column octagonal base alabaster pedestal. Early 20th century. Height 107 cm

A turned column octagonal base marble pedestal. Early 20th century. Height 92 cm

Pedestal or plinth base. Australian cedar & pine fluted column on plinth base (2 secontions). Most likely from a church, 19th century.

A French Empire-style slate, mahogany and brass pedestal, 19th century, a shallow moulded pediment with a slate top above a circular turned support, with four long reeded timber columns to a conforming platform above a plinth like base with low bracket fee

A glazed porcelain and ebonised sculpture pedestal, French circa 1880. 180 cm high, 27.5 cm square

Vintage cedar pedestal stand with turned and carved pedestal, 106 cm high

A gilt bronze mounted ebonised sculpture pedestal, French, 19th century 104 cm high, 45 cm wide, 34 cm deep

Antique French large barley twist turned pedestal, 111 cm high

Continental ebonised pedestal with romantic metal plaque in relief (A/F)

Pair turned wood pedestals, with leaf carving. Height 76 cm

An Australian cedar pedestal, the square top above a geometric carved column on a stepped base, 25.5 cm wide, 25.5 cm deep, 99 cm high

Large Victorian turned mahogany pedestal, c.1890, with revolving top, reeded column decoration. Diameter 35.5 cm. Height 95 cm

Antique blackwood two tiered pedestal on four turned columns

Large green Italian marble pedestal circular top raised on a twist turned and faceted column. minor damage, height approx 118 cm

A Victorian Arts & Crafts mahogany pedestal, the square top, on a tapering column with satinwood panels inlaid with rosewood and olive wood, on a stepped base.104 cm high, 46 cm wide 46 cm deep

A pair of French transitional-style ebonized and marquetry pedestals late, 19th century, each with a rectangular top above a cavetto capital and tapering body on a moulded plinth base, each section framed in satinwood, the capital and body with marquetry c

Carlo Bugatti (1856-1940) pedestal, circa 1900, the tall square topped ebonised pedestal with shaped inlaid panel of parchment pressed copper and silk tassels, supported within tapered legs with parchment and copper stretcher base, 120 cm high. Exhibited a

English oak turned pedestal jardiniere stand early 20th century height: 92 cm

Australian cedar pedestal. Turned baluster and twist column on square ogee base. Height 116 cm

Victorian turned pedestal, late 19th century, barley twist column. Height 108 cm

A French yellow marble pedestal, on an hexagonal domed base with a spiral turned column. Height 100 cm