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Arras Plant Stand with Hoof Feet

VG10261

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A rare Arras plant stand with four curved tiers with the unusual addition of horse hoof feet meaning that it was probably made in the early 20th century for a garden room or conservatory rather than the garden Traces of the original green paint (called "Bullrush" at the time) also suggests that it was kept indoors. A lovely piece which would form the base for a fabulous plant display.

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"Wonderful addition to our garden."

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MAY 2021

We are very pleased with the Arras bench, a wonderful addition to...

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March 2021

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May 2021

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Rosie,  

March 2021

Delivery first thing this morning as promised. Love the table & chairs.

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Stephen,  

June 2021

All arrived this morning and looks splendid.

"Lovely Chairs"

Kate,  

June, 2021

The chairs arrived with me today. They are lovely. Thank you for...

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April 2021

All arrived safely and nice and early. Thanks, we love it!

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April, 2021

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