Antique Chinese Carved Hall Stand - Clothing Rack

Period: circa 1900

An antique Oriental Robe Stand which can be used as a hat and coat rack, or for hanging towels or to display clothing in a shop.

Two rounded posts joined by a top rail terminating in scroll form ends; two lower rails, all finished with fret decorative elements. Wide base stretcher of pierced designs supported on sledge feet with pierced scrolled brackets to either side.

Wear and tear commensurate with age and use.

A couple of pegs missing from the top rail (one from each side).

A useful free-standing piece of strong decorative charm.

Circa 1900.


Width: 121.00 cm (47.6 in)

Depth: 35.00 cm (13.8 in)

Height: 161.00 cm (63.4 in)

Price: £490.00 (approx €588)

Pareglio & Ayres Antiques Interiors, located in Kent UK and with a base in Italy just under an hour from Milan.

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