Jacobean Revival Oak Hall Stand
The Jacobean Revival style was made popular in England from the late 1820's taking inspiration from the elegance and detail of the Renaissance era. This dark, rich oak hall stand is a beautiful example of detailed craftsmanship. The stand has original metal stick insert trays in the floor panel and a central lidded secret box below the dressing mirror. The heavy carved panels across the body of the piece depict farmers and labourers enjoying conversation and ale in a public house. The scenes are complimented with decorative patterns and repeat motifs on all surfaces. Dimensions: H: 202cm, W: 89cm, D: 33cm.
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