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.

Learn about Cast Iron

Cast iron is produced by heating iron with a high carbon content until it liquefies, and then casting the iron into moulds of compressed sand.

Cast iron was invented in China in the 5th century BC and poured into moulds to make ploughshares and pots as well as weapons and pagodas. Although steel had been invented, was in use, and was more desirable, cast iron was cheaper and thus was more commonly used for warfare in ancient China.

In the west, cast iron did not become available until the 15th century, and its earliest uses included cannon and shot, and later, cast iron cannons, which, while heavier than the existing bronze cannons, were much cheaper to manufacture and enabled more to be produced..

Cast iron pots were made at many English blast furnaces from about the 17th century. In 1707, Abraham Darby patented a method of making pots and kettles thinner and thus cheaper than his rivals could. This meant that his Coalbrookdale furnaces became dominant as suppliers of pots, an activity in which they were joined in the 1720s and 1730s by a small number of other coke-fired blast furnaces. more...
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A Victorian cast iron 'William Wallace' umbrella stand, 1888, the rectangular stand with bead and rope twist trim, with a full length cast portrait of the legendary Scottish figure resting upon his sword, marked Wallace below image; numbered 15 and

A green painted cast iron six umbrella stand French, 19th century, 51 cm high

A red painted cast iron circular four umbrella and stick stand, French, 19th century, 60 cm high

An Art Deco wrought iron mirrored hallstand, circa 1930s, the stand with pebble textured bands and serpentine ribbons, with a pair of umbrella stands and ruyi motif hooks, height 181 cm, width 56 cm, depth 21 cm

Bronze and cast iron umbrella stand, English, 19th century, 63 cm high, 40 cm wide, 23 cm deep

Bronze and cast iron umbrella stand, English, 19th century, 58 cm high

A vintage blackwood and Queensland maple hallstand of broad proportions, original bevelled mirror & cast steel coathooks, stylish shaped umbrella stand with original drip tray, 199 x 110 x 37 cm

A fine and large cast iron umbrella and stick stand, French, mid 19th century, 69 cm high, 94 cm wide, 26 cm deep

A cast metal umbrella stand, circa 1930s, of typical form with a shaped scrolling tray with vine leaf and grape motifs and a pierced vegetal stem and curved railing. Height 61 cm

A quality Victorian cast iron 'Red Riding Hood' umbrella stand, the back cast with Little Red Riding Hood with basket, the wolf to her left, a tree to her right, the naturalistic base with leaves and cast with entitlement, a branch form bar to the

A cast iron bamboo form umbrella stand, French, circa 1920. 60 cm high, 49 cm wide, 23 cm deep

A Victorian decorative cast iron umbrella stand, the arching back with loop flanked supports, pierced open sections, the front rail with wrythen detail, the base with removable drip tray, cream, black and gold later paint finish

Victorian cast iron umbrella stand, in the style of Christopher Dresser. Height 81.5 cm. Provenance: The Estate of the late Alida Haskins widow of Sam Haskins

Antique enamelled cast iron umbrella stand, approx 74 cm high, 49 cm dia

Antique French enamelled cast iron umbrella stand, faux bamboo design, approx 65 cm high, 53 cm high

19th century green painted wrought iron outdoor coat and umbrella stand, in the manner of Coalbrookdale. 185 cm x70 cm

A rectangular brass and cast iron umbrella stand, French, circa 1920, 50 cm high, 37 cm wide, 21 cm deep.

Impressive antique cast iron umbrella stand, approx 80 cm high

Antique French cast iron painted stick stand, approx 71 cm high

Horatio Nelson cast iron umbrella stand back plate (missing base and hoop). 73 cm.

A good cast iron umbrella stand, French, 19th century. 78 cm high

Cast iron umbrella stand depicting young boy clasping a snake in the Regency taste

A cast iron umbrella stand, 20th century, 74 cm high, 40 cm wide, 19 cm deep

A Victorian cast iron stick and umbrella stand, rectangular, with lift-out tray. Width 62 cm

Green painted cast iron umbrella stand, approx 68 cm high, 43 cm wide

A cast iron mounted figural umbrella stand on a cedar base, embossed Nelson, 19th century, 99 cm high, 41 cm wide, 23 cm deep

Cast iron umbrella stand, 63 cm wide, 80 cm high approx

A fine Victorian Coalbrookdale cast iron hallstand with central mirror flanked by scrolled hooks, below a drawer, flanked by scrolled umbrella stand. 213 cm high, 114 cm wide

Turquoise enamel cast iron bamboo umbrella stand with drip dray, approx 78 cm high, 52 cm wide

Victorian painted cast iron bamboo umbrella stand with drip tray, approx 60 cm high, 39 cm wide

Painted cast iron umbrella stand decorated bull rushes and a frog, approx 69 cm high, 46 cm wide

French painted cast iron umbrella stand with drip tray, approx 71 cm high, 44 cm wide

A cast iron ivy and berry pattern umbrella stand, European, 19th century. 73 cm high, 55 cm wide, 26 cm deep

Antique French enamelled cast iron umbrella stand, approx 60 cm high