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Brass Corner Stick Stand*
A brass corner stick stand dating from circa 1905 with a great design detail on the front face depicting a proud looking peacock. The bird is standing in grass and displaying his fantastic tail feathers.
Roughly triangular in shape so as to fit neatly into a corner, the other two sides being undecorated.
Unsigned or marked but very well made and showing a good aged patina.
Approximately 60 cm tall with the width at the front around 38 cm.