London, South Kensington
8 September 2004
A VICTORIAN CAST IRON HALL STAND
BY YATES, HAYWOOD & DRABBLE, SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY
Fitted with a white and grey variegated marble shelf, numbered to the back 21, and cast with diamond registration marks to back, base and underside of removeable drip trays, the roundel cresting with initials C.G.
28¾in. (73cm.) wide; 14in. (35.5cm.) deep; 78½in. (199.5cm.) high
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The original design, no. 232583, was registered and patented by Yates Haywood & Co, Effingham Works, Rotherham, S.Yorkshire at the Public Records Office on 31st August, 1869.
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