19 September 2002
AN EARLY VICTORIAN BRASS-MOUNTED OAK HALL STAND
Attributed to James Shoolbred & Co.
The rectangular baluster galleried platform above a panel flanked by patera finials, above a moulded U-shaped bar and panel flanked by ring-turned columns, with removable brass later tray inset into the moulded plinth, on brass bracket feet, lacking brass registration plaque
39½ in. (100.5 cm.) high; 23 in. (58.5 cm.) wide; 10¼ in. (26 cm.) deep
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An almost identical hall stand by Shoolbred was sold anonymously, in these Rooms, 30 November 2000, lot 264 (£3,290).
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