With Fine Turnings to the Legs and Stretchers
Solid Honey Coloured Fruitwood and Upholstered Seat
English c. 1700
20” high x 19” wide x 13.75” deep
Really unusual and appealing William and Mary Period stool with elegant spiral turned legs and stretchers supporting an upholstered top. Constructed in solid fruitwood, this piece has a lovely rich honey colour and silky surface patination. Good, strong and functional it works equally well as a stool or as an end or tray table. The well defined turnings lend it a unique sculptural presence.