DESCRIPTION A tall British era Hall Stand with a centre bevelled mirror and three curved brass hooks on either side. Front turned legs hold a small central moulded counter and a single drawer underneath it. Three exquisite green and white handmade tiles sit just above counter height. The space on either side of the counter was designed for umbrellas. The top has a pediment resting above an array of spindles.
DIMENSIONS 31" x 15" x 84" [ W x D x H ]
CONDITION This piece is in good condition.
RESTORATION With some minor tightening and repair of the structure, we finished this piece with traditional natural polish and wax. The brassware has been buffed to a shine and the mirror replaced. The handmade tiles are original and give a real charm to the overall piece. The delivery time for this piece is 3-5 weeks.
HISTORICAL CONTEXT A hall tree is a piece of furniture, usually found in hallways or near the entryway of homes, on which people hang items such as hats, coats, or other clothing. They often have mirrors and drawers to store personal items such as wallets, sunglasses, money, etc.