A Victorian cast iron umbrella and stick stand, last quarter 19th century, probably by Coalbrookdale
The underside of the base stamped with an indistinct Registration lozenge, and 'No. 330925'; the underside of the drip tray stamped 'No. 250'
Of rectangular form, the plateau with two rows of six circular apertures, raised on four finial-topped cluster columns, the openwork sides filled with stylised flowerheads and scrolls, the base with removable drip-tray with foliate handles, later-painted in racing green, 65cm wide x 28cm deep x 64cm high, (25.5" wide x 11" deep x 25" high)