Early-20th-century English oak joint stool with beveled edge
around top. Carved bead on the apron and turned legs connected by cross stretchers. Original makers label underneath, "Birchcraft - High Wycombe."
This lightly cerused, kiln-dried counter stool enjoys a
richly figured, coarse grain, offset beautifully by supple leather upholstery on its contoured seat and splat. A polished metal footrest makes for a sleek and supportive finishing touch.
A versatile addition to any space, this stool
features a beautifully carved hardwood base and blue plaid upholstery. A brass nailhead trim and antiqued whitewash finish increase the piece's visual appeal and help complete the look.