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Federation Oak Hallstand c.1910


This stylish Federation oak hallstand offers a lot for its size. There is a generous circular bevelled mirror, four Federation hooks, a good-sized lift top container and two umbrella nooks with original pans. The surface has been restored using traditional techniques and its simple lines will easily fit into heritage or contemporary homes, especially those with limited space.


Length: 81.5 cm Depth: 36 cm Height: 193.5 cm     






Art Nouveau Oak Hallstand c.1890


This gorgeous, petit hallstand, is so unique. Combining all the characteristics of high Art Nouveau with many useful features. It is in amazing, original condition. There is a wide, stable basewith a handy cabinet highlighted by a pretty leadlight door,. There is plenty of display space and outstretched arms with hanging hooks. A real treasure.


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Art Nouveau Oak Hallstand c.1895


This exceptional Art Nouveau oak hallstand can be attributed to well-known UK furniture makers Shapland and Petter. It retains the original retailer’s sticker from 69 Bradshawgate, Bolton. The previous owner purchased this piece from Glasgow and reluctantly parted with it. It is made of solid quarter cut oak with original patina, mirror, hooks and repousse copper roundels and back plaque. This hallstand is quite unique in the Sydney marketplace and would make a stunning addition to any home.


Length: 111 cm Depth: 38 cm Height: 203 cm   






Art Nouveau Mahogany Plant Stand


This Art Nouveau plant stand is perfect for plants, ceramics or sculptures. It will be a stylish addition to any home.

Length: 36 cm Depth: 36 cm Height: 90 cm 




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