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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 pair of Victorian carved oak circular fluted pedestals on tripod bases, 135 cm high

Arts & Crafts oak pedestal, of tapered form with platform stretcher, 30 cm width x 30 cm depth x 116 cm height

An oak 3 tier jardiniere stand, French, circa 1920. 90 cm high, 38 cm diameter.

A Victorian oak barley twist pedestal, English, 19th century. 100 cm high

A Victorian oak barley twist pedestal, English, late 19th century. 98 cm high

A Victorian oak barley twist pedestal, English, late 19th century. 109 cm high

A pair of Victorian carved oak pedestals, English, 19th century. 106 cm high and 36 cm diameter

A pair of 17th century oak torcheres carved as rampant lions, with polychrome remnants, 74 cm high

Vintage oak pedestal stand, with barley spiral twist column, 108 cm high

A turned mahogany and oak jardiniere stand, early 20th century, the circular mahogany top on a slender turned oak stem and spreading foot. Height 107 cm. Diameter 27 cm. (base)

English oak turned pedestal jardiniere stand early 20th century height: 92 cm

A pair of elaborately carved oak torcheres, 19th century, the pointed arch surmount with seven carved leaf candle holders above curved brackets flanking a Tudor rose, on turned blind fretwork support, the base carved with acorns and oak leaves, fitted for

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