Unusual, beautiful, antique English hall stand, imported from England and dating back to the late Victorian period C.1890.
This piece just oozes pure English country elegance with its hand carved floral crown, light bamboo accent beading and brass hardware.
There are 3 brass rails across the top with 4 hooks and cathedral style beveled mirrors to the front with carved channeled framework.
Below the central long mirror there is a small shelf which houses a small single drawer with a decorative brass knob and yet more carved channeling to the drawer front.
The bow front has 2 long, slender turned legs terminating in cute bun feet with a central lower shelf.
On each side of the base you will find the original tin drip tray liners combined with an upper brass rail which was, and still is, used as an umbrella stand.
Mounted on each side of the mirrors you will find 2 large decorative brass hooks to hang scarves and hats.
This fabulous piece is constructed from solid oak and has developed a wonderful golden aged patina. There is some wear to the brass and mirrors and some minor wear throughout the rest which, in a piece like this, only adds to its character and charm. Over all it is in solid sturdy condition with age appropriate flaws.
Dimensions: width 43", depth 10 1/2", height 81 1/2".
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