Learn about Pedestal

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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An octagonal pedestal, Tasmanian blackwood, 19th century, 97 cm high, 50 cm across

An Australian blackwood pedestal, late 19th century, 102 cm high

A pair of Australian blackwood pedestals, made in Kensington Melbourne, circa 1900, 110 cm tall

Australian school, early 20th century. A blackwood pedestal, hexagonal, carved to the top and upper body with gum nut and leaf friezes, plinth base, 123.5 cm high

An Australian blackwood pedestal pot stand in the arts and crafts style, early 20th century. 117 cm high, 44 cm wide, 44 cm deep

A brass mounted fiddleback blackwood pedestal, circa 1920, 106 cm high, 18 cm wide, 18 cm deep

A substantial carved blackwood and walnut pedestal, 19th century, 123 cm high

Australian arts & crafts pedestal, blackwood with 4 carved sides depicting gumnuts, wattle, & cones. Early 20th century.

Australian Art Nouveau carved blackwood pedestal from the workshop of Robert Prenzel. Height 117 cm, width 33 cm, depth 33 cm

Antique blackwood two tiered pedestal on four turned columns

A black-wood pedestal, possibly Australian, circa 1910. 137 x 30 x 30 cm

Pair of blackwood fluted pedestals with Corinthian carved columns and octagonal bases

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