Circa 1820, George IV solid mahogany hat tree of diminutive proportions. The stand has an elegant turned column and the top is finished with a stylish finial. There are eight mahogany upright spokes and at the bottom are four splayed feet which are fixed on a circular platform. Beneath the platform are small discs with brass castors. The stand has a mellow colour and is sturdy. Has had some repairs.
- 164cm high