An oak and brass Late Victorian Period stick hall stand by James Shoolbred. Having a shaped back with a brass balustrade gallery with brass turned finials, above a rectangular solid oak top. The rectangular frieze drawer with a typical aesthetic style brass handle. The sides having curved brass umbrella stands, all supported on shaped supports and united by a brass galleried under-tier with typical Shoolbred brass capped feet.
All brass polished and laquered.
Dated 1883(kite mark)
40.5" high x 40" wide x 13" deep
If you know what you are looking at you know I’ve priced this stunning piece very fairly,
I am open to serious offers ,
As with all antiques I’ve up for sale on adverts “ I’m in no hurry to sell as they will be going into Adams Auctioneers the end of the month ,
So if any of my add catch your eye “ make me a sensible offer “ I can only say yes or no ,
4 weeks ago