4321. Shearer, H. March 7. Wreaths, stands for. An octagonal or other rim A, of marble or the like, in one or more parts, may be supported on feet A', and carries a ohannelled metal ring C, on which metal plates or wire-work E, E<1> and a cover-glass are secured. The ring may be otherwise fixed on a ledge within the rim. The lower plate E is secured by two lugs engaging under the ring C, and a bolt F' in slots in the plate and ring ; or the plate E may be in one piece with or soldered to the ring C. The plate E carries a flat disc E', having clips e<1> and stamped tongues to hold a wreath on it and moss below and around it. The glass cover is secured by a metal ring D, provided with wire loops, which are passed through slots in the rings C, and held by spring catches D<2> ; one loop carries a suspending-loop D<3>.