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CORNER PLANT STAND, ANTIQUE FRENCH,  WIREWORK  & WROUGHT IRON, LATE 19TH C.CORNER PLANT STAND, ANTIQUE FRENCH, WIREWORK & WROUGHT IRON, LATE 19TH C.
Date: late 19th century
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Description: Antique French wirework and wrought iron corner plant stand with braided wirework decoration, on casters. Very heavy weight, heavy wrought iron bottom shelf. Rolls on casters. Painted light grey. Late 19th century. Found in Paris, France. This may have been a quality display stand for a French flower shop. 56 inches high, 36 inches wide, 25 inched deep. $1800.

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PLANT STAND, WIRE WORK, ANTIQUE TWO TIERPLANT STAND, WIRE WORK, ANTIQUE TWO TIER
Date: late 19th or early 20th century
Price: $135
Description: Antique wire work two tier plant stand on the original working casters and in old green paint. This is a heavy stand but can be moved easily on the metal casters. The beautifully constructed 19th century fancy design with pointed borders and scroll work makes it a charming and and very useful stand for potted plants. These elaborate but very study wire stands are used in exterior and interior settings. 34 inches high, 37 inches wide and 19 inches deep. $135.

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WIRE OVAL PLANT STAND, ANTIQUEWIRE OVAL PLANT STAND, ANTIQUE
Date: Mid to late 19th century
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Description: Elaborate antique steel wire work oval plant stand on original casters with crown pot holder on top over oval main shelf and crown pot holder below. Has pointed wire work borders, fancy scroll work and curved legs to make an exceptional antique wire plant stand. Professionally cleaned and painted black. Mid to late 19th century. Perfect for a garden room or exterior garden area. 46 inches high, 34 inches deep and 25 inches wide. By the mid 19th century iron foundries making furniture took advantage of technological advances in the manufacture of metal by using reinforced steel wire to make elaborate chairs, benches and tables that would withstand climate conditions and thus were ideal for outdoor use.

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WIRE PLANT STAND, VERTICLE, ANTIQUEWIRE PLANT STAND, VERTICLE, ANTIQUE
Date: late 19th or early 20th century
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Description: Antique heavy wrought iron and wire work tall plant stand with two tiers. This stand has been professionally cleaned and painted black for a beautiful silhouette design. Could be used exterior or interior for plant display. Late 19th century or early 20th c. 36 inches high, 18 inches wide at the base. Top is 12 inches wide.

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WIREWORK PLANT STAND, ANTIQUE, ROUND, 19TH C.WIREWORK PLANT STAND, ANTIQUE, ROUND, 19TH C.
Date: 19TH C.
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Description: Antique round wire-work plant stand with intricate patterned border at the top, and scrolled and curled wrought iron legs ending in curled feet. In the 19th century machines were invented to extrude wire that was first used for fencing and then fanciful wire-work garden items such as plant stands,chairs and gazebos which became very popular for use in interiors and exteriors in the Victorian period. The foundries featured them in their catalogs along with cast iron urns and seating. This is a heavy round wire plant stand of that period. The round form is unusual. It has been stripped, primed and repainted a light green. 32 inches high 27 1/2 inches wide.

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WIREWORK PLANT STANDS, PAIR, ANTIQUEWIREWORK PLANT STANDS, PAIR, ANTIQUE
Date: late 19th century
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Description: Pair of 19th or very early 20th century wirework demilune shaped three tiered plant stands decorated with rolled and scrolled wire patterns. These are heavy in weight designed to hold multiple heavy flower pots. By the mid 19th century machines were invented to extrude wire for the iron foundries, which was first used for fencing and eventually by the late 19th century for all sorts of fanciful garden items such as garden houses, trellis, elaborate plant stands, fancy chairs and tables for both indoor and outdoor garden use. These were extremely popular well into the 20th century. Sold as a pair. Unusual to find a a pair. Each stand measures 39 inches high, 33 inches wide and 19 inches deep.

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