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Coat rack or clothes rack made in England towards the end of the 19th century. It is made up of four steel legs, the weight of which ensures stability, and brass tubes. The four horizontal arcs are adjustable in height and slide along the vertical tubes. A glass top is also available, which rests on four brass supports that are also height adjustable. The glass top can be placed at the top or bottom of the unit if necessary. The vertical uprights are terminated by brass balls screwed to the top of the tubes. This model was made in England by the manufacturer Sucis in Huddersfield, near Manchester, as indicated by the plaque engraved on the base. An exceptional piece for in-store decoration for example. (The whole set can be disassembled and shipped easily).
H: 147 cm Diam: 108cm

English rack late 19th century

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