Primitive Child’s Square Seated Miniature Stool
Of Windsor construction with socketed turned legs
Well patinated nutty coloured ash and elm
England c. 1780
5” high x 7” wide x 6.25” deep
Condition: A little charmer. Far too small to sit on, but wonderfully constructed and with a great old surface and texture. This miniature stool has a robust and engaging character and would be happy to stand almost anywhere. The slightly splayed legs are set near the middle of the board seat and the thick top is well chamfered around the edges, this is a well conceived and constructed example.