Racks & Rails — Furniture
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19th Century Chased Brass Music
Stand. Harrow and Company London c1880. Solid brass with decorative centre hexagonal column. in lovely condition. These stands are also used today to display paintings and books
A late 19th century Australian
cedar and eucalypt towel rail, the twin turned end supports joined by five rails, raised on shaped feet, 80 cm wide, 32 cm deep, 86 cm high. Reference: Nineteenth Century Australian Furniture, Kevin Fahy, Christina Simpson, A
A 19th century mahogany music
stand, the music stand pierced with a lyre motif, above a telescopic brass standard, the base carved with leaf tips, raised on reeded scroll legs, 145 cm high (extended).
A Prenzel style oak artist's
stained easel, with scroll carved crest, below a carved Griffins and mask head. 200 cm high, 187 cm wide 60 cm deep.
A cedar duet music stand
, Australian, circa 1880 135 cm high, 75 cm wide. Provenance: private Collection Hobart Tasmania
An antique cast iron and nickel
clothes stand, circular rack, central column and four footed base on wheels. 'Crowley & Sons' 'Show stand makers, Sydney and Brisbane', circa 1900. Height 190 cm. Width 86 cm
A Victorian metamorphic book
stand, the adjustable figured walnut easel mounted on three bobbin uprights and tripod base with castors. T.H.Fulmer & Sons. London. Height 97 cm