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Joint Stools, Pair

Autrefois Antiques

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Joint Stools, Pair
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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 1900-1910

Condition:

Very Good; minor seams, rubs

Country of Origin:

England

Style:

Jacobean

Materials:

oak

Size:

18" L x 11" W x 17.5" H

Color/Finish:

dark brown

Why We Love This

Pair of antique English stools in the Jacobean style. Rugged, weathered finish, turned legs, sturdy and well made. Use as a stool or a small table.
As described by Autrefois Antiques

Why We Love This

Pair of antique English stools in the Jacobean style. Rugged, weathered finish, turned legs, sturdy and well made. Use as a stool or a small table.

About Autrefois Antiques

Autrefois Antiques has been in business in Boston for more than 28 years. The owner, Maria Rowe, was trained by her parents, visiting the museums and auction houses of Europe and bringing in containers of antiques from France, Italy, England and Holland. The emphasis has always been on well constructed and beautiful furniture. The business has evolved, and now 20th-century furnishings, mirrors, art and decorations are juxtaposed with items from the 17th through 19th century.