19th-century English walnut stool with a turtle shaped
top. The frame is scalloped around the edges and the seat is separately upholstered and fits in snugly. The cabriole legs have hand-carved knees and end in paw feet. Age wear.
Wrapped in sumptuous lambswool and set on hairpin-style
steel legs, we love this stool for setting the scene with a dose of drama and whimsy. And because it's filled with Dacron-wrapped high-density foam, it's just as enticing and comfortable as ...
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.