Learn about Umbrella and Stick Stands

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.

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A French provincial bentwood hallstand with central oval mirror. 200 cm high, 98 cm wide

Antique French faux bamboo coat rack, approx 76 cm long, 43 cm wide

Antique French pale green enamel iron umbrella stand, foundary marks to back, approx 69 cm high, 43 cm wide

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

Caimi Brevetti, Umbrella and Coat Stand, c. 1970, manufactured by Caimi Brevetti, Italy,green moulded plastic, retains decal label 'Caimi Brevetti made in Italy, height 168 cm

Coat stand faux bamboo coat stand with metal hooks France, c. 1920s. 187 cm high, 78 cm wide, 22 cm deep

Coat stand faux bamboo coat stand with umbrella tray France, c. 1930s. 200 cm high, 70 cm wide, 25 cm deep

A copper and brass cylindrical umbrella stand with coat of arms, French, 19th century, 55 cm high, 28 cm diameter

A copper and brass parasol form umbrella stand with chrome dog finial, French, circa 1930, 64 cm

A circular brass umbrella stand, Italian, circa 1950, 76 cm high, 31 cm diameter

An amusing blue and yellow decorated white ceramic owl form umbrella stand French 20th century, 49 cm high

A faux marble umbrella stand, configured as a demi-lune section pierced to hold numerous sticks and umbrellas raised above a trough with tin lining of conforming shape. Width 90 cm

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

A circular walnut hallstand, French, 19th century. 200 cm high

A large Thonet bentwood hallstand, Austrian, circa 1910. approx. 1.1m high

A brass parasol form umbrella stand, French, circa 1950. 76 cm high

An oak umbrella stand circa 1890 80 cm high, 44 cm wide, 25 cm deep

Antique pine mirror back hallstand with marble shelf and drawer, 107 cm wide, 39 cm deep, 211 cm high

Late Victorian mahogany & walnut hallstand with mirrored back and floral scrolled carving, 158 cm wide, 45 cm deep, 252 cm high

A custom made walking stick stand, 20th century, 59 cm high, 39 cm diameter

A koala figured stoneware umbrella stand, probably South Australian, late 19th/20th century, 36 cm high

A koala figured stoneware umbrella stand, probably South Australian, late 19th/20th century, 32 cm high

Victorian mahogany hallstand with pierced back, marble top and fitted with a drawer

Antique late 19th century French painted oak hallstand, fitted with bronze hooks and brass rails, mirrored back, approx 220 cm high, 139.5 cm wide, 30 cm deep

A late 19th century blackwood hallstand, with a moulded cornice above three mirrors, below a seat with a carved back and umbrella stand

A Coalbrookdale umbrella stand domed top above an arched mirror flanked by coat hooks below a drawer and umbrella holders

Antique French faux bamboo coat rack and umbrella stand, with zinc lined drip tray, approx 203 cm high

A stylish copper and brass parasol form umbrella stand, French 19th century. 85 cm high, 39 cm wide