Historical information

Home decoration involved pots / saucepans / plates etc in the kitchen to be on display / stored and/or indoor plants displayed in a corner on the verandah. It was common for the stand to be home-made and practical.


Used by a resident of the Kiewa Valley as a domestic kitchen storage stand or possibly for indoor plants.

Physical description

Tall wooden pot stand with 9 triangular shelves spaced along it and with hooks on 2 of the 3 edges. It has 3 wooden poles holding the shelves. The stand has previously been painted blue. Nine equilateral triangle shelves decreasing in size with height towards the top. Top has decorative cap with steel fringe. Rusty.
It may have been used as a kitchen pot / saucepan / plates stand or pot plant stand.