Antique Victorian Pollard Oak Tree Hall StandSKU: by Marylebone Antiques
Antique Victorian Pollard Oak Tree Hall Stand
Very unusual antique Victorian tree hall stand with a great design & use of woods. It’s mainly oak, however the long middle section is Pollard Oak, which has a similar look to burr walnut & was favoured a lot in the Victorian period. It has an arched top, original hanging pegs & a useful glove compartment. I particularly like the gothic style umbrella holders. We have had a zinc tray made that fits in the base (the size was wrong so we are re-doing it), however the bottom compartment looks very nice as is. This stand is in excellent original condition, dating from around the 1860-80’s period & a very practicable piece of furniture.
Width – 32 inches, 81 cm
Depth – 12 inches, 31 cm
Height – 79 inches, 201 cm
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