Victorian Brass and Cast Iron Stick / Umbrella Stand 6 Compartment, Removable Tray

Late 19th Century circa 1880 - 1890
Brass & cast Iron
31cm x 18cm x 60cm
Oversize/Overweight Parcel
£ 200
This item is available to view and buy at:
13A Bangor Road
Victorian six compartment brass and cast iron stick stand with removable drip Tray. Turned finials on top and simple decoration around cast iron base.
Stylish stick stand with elegant downward curved front. Good condition. The drip tray has been re-painted in the original black colour.
A finial or hip-knob is an element marking the top or end of some object, often formed to be a decorative feature. In architecture it is a decorative device, typically carved in stone, employed to emphasize the apex of a dome, spire, tower, roof, or gable or any of various distinctive ornaments at the top, end, or corner of a building or structure. Where there are several such elements they may be called pinnacles. Smaller finials in materials such as metal or wood are used as a decorative ornament on the tops or ends of poles or rods such as tent-poles or curtain rods or any object such as a piece of furniture. These are frequently seen on top of bed posts or clocks. Decorative finials are also commonly used to fasten lampshades, and as an ornamental element at the end of the handles of souvenir spoons. The charm at the end of a pull chain (such as for a ceiling fan or a lamp) is also known as a finial.