Seller: dovetailattic (764) 100%, Location: Salem, Oregon, Ships to: US, Item: 192728621637 FREE SHIPPING method adjusted to buyer's zone and itemAntique 1890's wood fern stand painted in a vintage chocolate brown with its original zinc liner. This was likely a plain maple or ash wood underneath the paint.This stand is early from the Victorian era. The wood is veneered bentwood. The feet mortise in, and there is a bit of gap in them which creates a tiny fraction of imbalance. This could be corrected if you had the tools to hammer that foot back in...or rather like my favorite simple method, just put a little lift under one foot.Sturdy and beautiful from all angles~! Please see all photos. Touches of dust and dirt remain on planter. The zinc liner at one time was capable of being turned so that the holes would drain. I don't know if it's possible to make that happen again. I wasn't able to shift it. Perhaps if you soaked it in a wd-40...maybe that could work. Regardless, a fern will show beautifully in this stand, or any other plants you prefer, such as nasturtiums trailing down.28 " tall x 11 " diameter with 9 " diameter x 3 " tall zinc basket linerThis is a unique garden architectural piece to treasure for years to come ~ this quality and size does not typically surface into the market ! An heirloom quality garden antique of a spectacular design to enhance the entrance of an Arts & Crafts Bungalow, a Victorian home or a Cottage porch ~! You will love adding this to your home ~!!