Antique Eastlake Hall Tree. Eastlake furniture came about in response to an aversion to the ornate, rococo style popular in the Victorian Era. It’s namesake, Charles Lock Eastlake, was a British architect who envisioned simple, sturdy furniture for his designs. Eastlake pieces were typically oiled rather than stained, and featured lightly recessed carvings as opposed to deeply carved, ornate designs.
This hall tree has a mirror surrounded by hand-carved circles and six separate coat hangers. The bottom half has two umbrella stands with wrought iron, embellished bowls at the base. Has one drawer for concealed storage of small items.
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|Dimensions||10 × 29 × 80 in|