Antique French Cast Iron Hall Stand With Mirror

S/N:RAB664

United Kingdom

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Antique French Cast Iron Hall Stand With Mirror

RAG AND BONE
Antique Hallway Coat Rack and Umbrella Stand

Every hallway needs one.

This is a beautiful example with flowing naturalistic decoration typical of the age.

Small central bevelled oval mirror.

Original drip tray present.

It is in very good vintage condition; there are no breakages or repairs to the iron as can so regularly be the case. The only thing I would point out is the cosmetic wear and tear as can be seen from the photographs. We think this adds to the charm of the piece and wouldn’t touch it.

Measuring 216cm high x 83cm wide x 40cm deep.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 216cm (85.04in)
  • W: 83cm (32.68in)
  • D: 40cm (15.75in)

Period: 

19th Century

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