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 New Zealand colonial Benhar Pottery salt glazed umbrella stand, the inverted rim with relief grapevine decoration, the body top section with further relief grapevine forms, the lower body of an open worked trellis design, the base with further basket typ

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

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

A late 19th century blackwood bobbin turned hallstand, with a central mirror flanked by bobbin turned coat hooks, below umbrella holders and drip tray. 235 cm high, 100 cm wide

A fine quality carved blackwood hallstand with box seat and umbrella stand

Edwardian Blackwood hallstand with carved floral design, brass handles and grey marble top

Art Nouveau kauri pine stick stand and pedestal with carved pokerwork figural panels, possibly Harvey

An unusual Australian 19th century oak hallstand. Width 74 cm. Depth 31 cm. Height 196 cm

Kauri pine hallstand with hand carved decorations including the Australian Coat of Arms, a Southern Cross motif flanked by an emu and a kangaroo and an 'Advance Australia' banner