A 19th century English oak tree hallstand, condition: restored finish in good order, drop tray & brass umbrella supports in tact, fretwork front support in tact, some veneer damage to base, 199 x 86 x 28 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 Victorian Coalbrookdale cast iron hall-tree, the centre pillar with shell decoration and out swept arms, each with hooks, below an umbrella stands, the reverse with registration mark. 214 cm high, 95 cm wide 37 cm deep.
A Victorian Mahoghany hall tree, circa 1900, the central beam supports two mirrored pairs of curved branches with a central mirror and below a small tabletop with hinged lid supported each side with umbrella recess with tin liner set to shaped base. Height
A Victorian period hall stand in mahogany the base a serpentine shaped container for umbrellas supporting a 'Tree' with eight coat hooks. Well made and with good original finish, circa 1870. Height 203 cm
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