Antique hall “tree” or hall stand in oak. From the 1850’s with what appears to be the original iron drip tray in good condition. All those fine turned pegs look intact. Measurements are 90 cm wide by 27 cm deep and 180 cms high (will check that height as it may not be accurate).
Genuine French wine rack by reputable maker Rigidex. Holds 300 bottles on two sides. Will require some inexpensive attention to make secure when installed. Over 95 % complete, this will make a safe professional way to store 25 dozen (50 x 6) bottles at the traditional cellaring angle. And at a cost of less than $1.75 per bottle. Measurements are 105 cm wide 50cm deep and 150cm high.
A sculptural wrought iron wine rack by master craftsman Mark Douglass made approximately 1980. Free standing or bolted to the wall. Storage for 96 bottles at least. Extreme measurements are 120cm wide, 250 cm high and 40 cm deep. Price $1,480.
Antique hall stand with marble top table drawer and umbrella holders. From the late 1800’s probably made in Australia.
In largely good usable condition some of the hooks will require replacement.
130 cm wide x 41 cm deep and 225 cm high.
Made in Australia in the early 1900’s this blackwood hallstand is in solid original condition with the authentic period hooks and a lift up compartment under the seat. A few light scratches and the circular tin drip trays are missing, otherwise a useful and practical antique.
92 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 205 cm high.