Learn about Music Stand

An adjustable rack of chest height, used for holding sheets of music during a performance. Wooden music stands are not readily available, and because of their scarcity, command a high price when the come onto the market.
25 item(s) found:

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A rare Australian cedar music stand with carved lion paw feet and lyre top, circa 1855, 130 cm

Antique carved walnut Art Nouveau music stand, fitted with a single drawer

A mid 20th century bentwood music stand and stool designed by Peter Moritz

A heavy forged iron music stand with candle brackets, French, 17th century. 156 cm high, 82 cm wide, 40 cm deep

Regency mahogany music stand, turned support on tripod base. Height 117 cm

A Victorian walnut music stand, the music stand pierced with fret, above a telescopic brass standard, the base bulbous and reeded, raised on a circular domed base. 121 cm high.

A late Victorian carved wooden music stand, the music stand mounted on a pole, with an adjustable brass column, raised on three out swept legs, terminating in pad feet. 135 cm high.

A late George III mahogany music stand, circa 1800, the lyre shaped music stand supported on an adjustable turned stem with out swept legs. 125 cm high, 46 cm wide

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 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 cedar duet music stand, Australian, circa 1880 135 cm high, 75 cm wide. Provenance: private Collection Hobart Tasmania

An Regency penwork and brass music stand, English, circa 1810

A Victorian brass and cast iron music stand, English, 19th century

A brass music stand and lyre form (marked school of music London)

A Victorian music stand, circa 1890, the A-frame music sheet display suspended above an adjustable stem and raised upon a carved tripod base with cabriole legs. Height 138 cm

A rare Australian cedar duet music stand, circa 1830, the music stand mounted on a pole with adjustable brass candleholders to either side, on a turned column, raised on a quatreform base with lobed bun feet;. Height 150 cm

A Regency faux rosewood four tier what-not the rectangular hinged top with gilt banding and music stand, above three shelves supported by gilt decorated ring turned columns, raised on ring turned tapering feet, 46 cm wide, 38.5 cm deep, 104 cm high

A mid Victorian carved walnut duet music stand, in the manner of Henry Eyles of Bath, each music stand with burr walnut veneers with central inlaid lyre decoration, on an adjustable column above a circular shelf with carved border above a carved bulbous co