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."
C.1720 English joint stool made from oak with
pegged construction. Beveled edge around the top and a simple apron over nicely hand-turned legs joined by stretchers. Some wear, loss to leg, stain on top.
Industrial pivoting stool with heavy steel-and-iron base and
original patinated leather upholstered seat in a "catchers mitt" brown hue. Designed and patented by Charles Meitzler. Retains metal label for Ritter Manufacturing Company, Rochester, New York. Height adjusts from 24"H to ...