Although most hall stands and hall trees have provision for umbrellas and sticks, there are stands specifically designed for only this purpose. They are usually of waist height or lower, with compartments that ensure the stored accessories stand upright. The lower sections are usually fitted with removable trays to catch the run-off from any wet umbrellas and sticks that are placed in them.
A country style oak hallstand, later 19th century, of elongated form with an architectural extended pediment with pierced lattice frieze, fluted side pilasters to a parquetry top above substantial cup and cover and baluster supports to an undertier. Height
A large French oak Renaissance revival hallstand, 19th century, of arched form with a mirror, shelf, various brass hanging hooks and a drawer flanked by curved umbrella and stick stands above an undertier with removable metal trays, well embellished with m
A New Zealand colonial Benhar Pottery salt glazed umbrella stand, the inverted rim with relief grapevine decoration, the body top section with further relief grapevine forms, the lower body of an open worked trellis design, the base with further basket typ
An Edwardian walnut hallstand, early 20th century, the rectangular arched hallstand pierced and carved in relief with Art Nouveau motifs, having a shaped mirror, six brass hanging hooks above a small central lidded compartment, supported on turned legs to
A late Victorian Gothic revival walnut hallstand, circa 1895, having a squared frame with pierced Gothic arch embellishments above splats, a central mirror and six brass hanging hooks, a relief carved foliate panel to a small central hinged box flanked by
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