Vintage only for indoor umbrella stand
Elegance embodied, that's the Leather Umbrella Stand, brought to you especially by Excellent Accents. With its faux brown leather and solid cast brass fittings, this cylinder holds bumbershoots beautifully. It's an indoor umbrella stand for only the best rain protection. Not just anything will do for this handsomest of umbrella holders. Sought after vintage umbrellas come in varying styles, like ruffled, classic, solid, and patterned, and they're made with uniquely charming handles. Some of these older handles are of Bakelite or Lucite, while others are fanciful combinations of pretty colored lacquer or with Lucite gemstones and transparent spheres. There are umbrellas with ivory, dark wood, and amber handles that curve smooth and fit ergonomically in the hand. Any quality stand would be proud to hold fine, old umbrellas like these. We offer a wide variety of accessories for the home such as our kitchen canister.
Handsome brass umbrella stand
With antique buffed handles glowing in silver and a lacquer coating to make this solid brass resist tarnishing, the hammered brass umbrella stand brought to you by Excellent Accents is the epitome of grace in form. Trimmed on top and bottom with a rope-like brass mold and urn-shaped with a gentle flare, this indoor umbrella stand will stand like the best of butlers, subtle yet substantial, ready to accept of dole out rain protection without comment. You'll grow to depend on umbrella holders, with it finish fashioned for light-catching on the sunniest days and for catching drips from recently used raingear on the rainiest afternoons or evenings.
Versatile umbrella holders
Must one put umbrellas in one's stand? It's a useful question, as many items that are still lovely in form have outdated functions. And the answer is, of course not. Anything can be stashed in the prettiest brass umbrella stand, even if it doesn't open up under stormy skies. A stash of bamboo that pleases the eye, or an armload of cattails, can be allowed to fall open within the narrow confines of umbrella holders, and no one will complain. Quite the contrary. You can even place a mysterious black cane in yours this holiday season and let some little one with big eyes wonder who left it there!