18th-C. English joint stool made from oak. The
top is beveled around the edge and retains the original rose head nail construction. The apron is simple and has a routed edge and lovely turned legs joined by thick stretchers.
19th-century English oak stool with a hand-carved decorated
apron and supported on hand-turned barley twist legs, joined by stretchers and a cross stretcher. Raised on turned feet. The seat has been newly upholstered in linen and finished with a single ...
Incredibly luxe with a stunning visual appeal, this
stool is upholstered in beautiful antiqued saddle leather with a gorgeous, light fog hue. Hand-applied antiqued brass nailheads and a richly contrasting walnut-stained birch wood frame finish the look.