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Fern stand

Posted by done_again (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 30, 12 at 12:37

Does anyone know about this fern stand? It belonged to my great grandmother on my mom's side and made it's way to my grandmother on my dad's side and then to me. It has been in the family at least 40-50 years but I don't know much about the actual age or anything else.

Any info. is greatly appreciated.

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RE: Fern stand

Beautiful! Is it 2 pieces? Are there any marks on the bottom(s)?

You might want to search using the words "jardiniere and pedestal" instead of fern stand.


RE: Fern stand

I was unaware of jardiniere but that worked when I Googled it. Everyone always called it a fern stand. It appears to be by Weller and is 2 pieces.

Thank you so much.

RE: Fern stand

That is made by Weller and the pattern is called Marvo. Check out on ebay on the link I provided.

Here is a link that might be useful: ebay link for marvo

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