London, South Kensington
21 May 2009
A COALBROOKDALE CAST-IRON STICK-STAND
LATE 19TH CENTURY
Modelled as a hound with a whip in its mouth, the base tray incised with a registration kite mark, and impressed 'No 14' and 'No 85297'
23½ in. (60 cm.) high
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The stand first appears in the 1875 Coalbrookdale Castings Catalogue, section II, No.214, and in subsequent catalogues by the foundry.
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