Learn about Hallstands

A 19th century innovation, the earliest hallstands usually consisted of a straight or shaped upright, sometimes with a drawer and with rounded wooden pegs or hooks on which to hang coats and hats. Some versions also contained umbrella stands, eith in the central section or to each side.

Hallstands became proportionately larger during the course of the century, sometimes being equipped with lift up seats and arms, and later models had brass hooks that tended to replace the wooden knobs. Early versions were usually wooden, although wonderful cast iron hallstands are to be found from the middle of the century, richly cast and ornamented.

The best known manufacturer of cast iron hallstands was Coalbrookdale Company of Shropshire England, founded in 1709. In the 1840s the company developed a range of cast iron furniture, which, once the moulds had been created, could be mass produced. Coalbookdale items are marked either with the full name of the company or an abbreviation such as 'C-B-DALE Co'

Cast iron hallstands will often also include the date lozenge, often cast into the base of the drip trays indicating the year in which the design was registered. more...

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A Victorian cast iron hall stand, in the Gothic manner with traditional ecclesiastical motifs, seven hooks and with original shaped drip trays. 73 x 27 x 180 cm

A quality Victorian cast iron 'Red Riding Hood' umbrella stand, the back cast with Little Red Riding Hood with basket, the wolf to her left, a tree to her right, the naturalistic base with leaves and cast with entitlement, a branch form bar to the

A Victorian decorative cast iron umbrella stand, the arching back with loop flanked supports, pierced open sections, the front rail with wrythen detail, the base with removable drip tray, cream, black and gold later paint finish

Victorian Bretby umbrella stand. Ironwork type raised decoration, height 58 cm

Victorian cast iron umbrella stand, in the style of Christopher Dresser. Height 81.5 cm. Provenance: The Estate of the late Alida Haskins widow of Sam Haskins

Late Victorian/ Edwardian Oak hallstand, approx 220 cm high, 111 cm wide

A Victorian Coalbrookdale style cast iron hall stand. 92 cm, high, 64 cm wide, 23 cm deep

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 Victorian Coalbrookdale cast iron hallstand. 240 cm high, 64 cm long, 27 cm deep

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

A Victorian cast iron stick and umbrella stand, rectangular, with lift-out tray. Width 62 cm

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

A fine Victorian Coalbrookdale cast iron hallstand with central mirror flanked by scrolled hooks, below a drawer, flanked by scrolled umbrella stand. 213 cm high, 114 cm wide

Victorian painted cast iron bamboo umbrella stand with drip tray, approx 60 cm high, 39 cm wide

Victorian painted cast iron stick stand, decorated with leaves and scrolls, registration marks. Approx 83 cm high

Victorian cast iron stick stand, classical decoration, registration marks. Approx 68 cm high

A impressive Victorian cast iron hallstand, the arched pierced top above a mirror flanked by with ornate decoration and hooks, below rouge marble flanked by umbrella holders

A Victorian cast iron hallstand, the arched top, above an oval mirror, flanked by scrolled coat hooks, above ornately cast open umbrella stands, with shell drip trays. 214 cm high, 105 cm wide, 21 cm deep.

A Victorian bobbin hallstand, the centre mirror flanked by coat hooks, below fan shaped bobbin turned splats, above an umbrella stand. 190 cm high, 68 cm wide, 38 cm deep.

A Victorian mahogany hallstand, with fretwork hourglass shaped back with a mirror to the centre and seven turned wooden finials for hats and coats, a drawer to the centre and umbrella and stick stands to each side, with unusual cast iron floral and shell m

Victorian cast umbrella stand, the stem figure is with scrolled umbrella holders, which has drip trays with cast foliate. 71 cm high

A good Victorian mahogany 'tree' hall stand with scrolled carving, marble top and drawer, 135 cm wide, 219 cm high

An impressive Victorian Scottish mahogany hallstand centred by a mounted stag head, the serpentine marble-topped base with a frieze drawer and square-section baluster columns; stick and umbrella receptacles with cast iron shell trays. Height 254 cm. Width

A Victorian brass and cast iron umbrella stand, English circa 1900. 62 cm high, 43 cm wide

A Victorian Ash hall stand, early 20th century, of tall arched form with a central bevelled mirror above a console table with a single drawer and provision for umbrellas and walking sticks on either side, upon turned legs and a platform base with two wells

A late Victorian mahogany hall-stand, circa 1890, the upper part with brass coat hooks and a mirror at the centre of an arrangement of decorative and open panels, the mid-height marble shelf with drawer below flanked by umbrella stands, on castors. Height

An impressive Victorian oak and stag horn hall stand, English, 19th century. 202 cm high, 196 cm wide. 54 cm deep

Heavy cast iron Victorian Colebrookdale umbrella stand

A Victorian Coalbrookdale cast iron hall-tree, the centre pillar with shell decoration and out swept arms, each with hooks, below an umbrella stands, the reverse with registration mark. 214 cm high, 95 cm wide 37 cm deep.

19th century cast iron & marble hall stand with drawer. Victorian diamond shaped design registration symbol inside. 111 cm wide, 220 cm high, 51 cm deep

Victorian mahogany 'Tree' hallstand with serpentine shaped base fitted with a drawer

A Victorian Coalbrookdale wrought iron and marble hallstand, with pagoda cornice above a rectangular mirror flanked by coat hooks, below a black marble shelf flanked by umbrella stands.

A late Victorian walnut hallstand, circa 1890, the double broken swan neck pediment above a oval bevelled mirror flanked by brass hooks, the lower section fitted with a single drawer beside brass umbrella stands and lower platform base. Standing on bun fee