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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A huon pine turned pedestal, Tasmanian origin, late 19th century, 120 cm high, 31 cm wide, 26 cm

Joseph Sly colonial cedar piano stool, with maker's stamp to base, circa 1850, has later modification with removal of pedestal centre

A West Australian jarrah turned pedestal stand early 20th century, height: 101 cm, diameter 21.5 cm

A huon pine pedestal, late 19th century, 77 cm

An Australian Colonial cedar pedestal stand, late 19th century, with revolving top. Height 106 cm. Diameter 33 cm

An Australian Colonial cedar pedestal with rectangular top and leaf scroll support. Height 110 cm

A West Australian turned jarrah pedestal, early 20th century, with feature 'curly-grain' column. Height 109 cm, diameter 30 cm (top)

A West Australian turned jarrah pedestal, early 20th century. Height 108 cm, diameter 30 cm (top)

Pedestal or plinth base. Australian cedar & pine fluted column on plinth base (2 secontions). Most likely from a church, 19th century.

Vintage cedar pedestal stand with turned and carved pedestal, 106 cm high

An Australian cedar pedestal, the square top above a geometric carved column on a stepped base, 25.5 cm wide, 25.5 cm deep, 99 cm high

Antique blackwood two tiered pedestal on four turned columns

Australian cedar pedestal. Turned baluster and twist column on square ogee base. Height 116 cm