Wonderful & quirky combination magazine rack and ashtray made by Revere Copper & Brass Co. Designed by William Archibald Welden, Director of Design for the Revere Copper and Brass Company in Rome, NY during the 1930s. His designs for Revere are first seen in 1937. Among his more famous designs were two outstanding Art Deco cocktail shakers, the Empire and the Zephyr with matching cups, which could be paired up with existing serving trays, and, of course, this stand made of copper, brass & chromed steel with a black painted wooden base. The piece measures 25.5" tall by 12" by 9.5" deep. It's in very good, all original vintage condition with some normal wear and some light spots to the metal. It retains the chrome canopy spring magazine retainer that is frequently missing on these stands. This allows the magazines to be held upright like a bookend. These racks are not common and they make great additions to any vintage interior.