Circa 1880, late Victorian cast iron stick stand. With oval top, and shaped rail to the front for holding sticks or umbrellas in place, locking into a flower head. There is an open fretwork lifting handle to the centre of the back, and a main body with a fern pattern with further foliate casting. The D-shaped drip tray has a large bezel which follows the form of the tray with C scrolls to the side and small raised feet. The stand is in excellent condition.
- Size 60 cm high x 31 cm wide x 14 cm deep