Wood Antique Stool
  1. BJT

    Antique Chinese Wooden & Bamboo Stool - FEA Home - dark brown

    $475.00  
    More Details Antique Chinese wood stool featuring a bamboo top and base structure with a dark brown lacquer finish. Age wear.
  2. VQD

    Ashanti Carved Wood Porcupine Stool - light brown

    $999.00  
    More Details Large Ashanti wood stool hand-carved with a crescent seat and porcupine figure on the bottom. Seat: 11"H in the center. Minor loss and hairline crack, corner nicks.
  3. RTT

    1930s Hand-Turned Piano Stool - AntiqueLifestyle - frame, ebony; upholstery, onyx/white

    $449.00  
    More Details Hand-turned wood piano stool with the original ebony finish, circa 1930. Newly upholstered with a hand-knotted Turkish tribal textile fragment in onyx and white. Marked on underside: "C. Parker Co., Meriden, CT." Age wear, minor scuffs, wobble.
  4. PWR

    Oak Swivel Stool - Adam Babicz Antiques - brown

    $299.00  
    More Details Antique oak swivel stool with a great original leather seat. Adjustable to around 3 inches in height. Seat diameter 14”.
  5. OYX

    Shandong Elm Stool with Berber Hemp Kilim - natural

    $495.00  
    More Details Our authentic antique Shandong stool, primitively hand-built of solid elm wood and constructed with mortise and tenon joinery. Cushioned seat upholstered in authentic vintage European natural hand-spun textured pure linen.
  6. OYX

    Shandong Elm Stool with Berber Hemp Kilim - natural

    $435.00  
    More Details Our authentic antique Shandong stool, primitively hand-built of solid elm wood and constructed with mortise and tenon joinery. Cushioned seat upholstered in authentic vintage European natural hand-spun textured pure linen.
  7. XCK

    Rush-Seat Stool - brown

    $175.00  
    More Details American turned wood stool with a rush seat, circa 1940. Minor wear.
  8. VQD

    Old Senufo Milk Stool Ivory Coast - brown

    $499.00  
    More Details Superb old African Senufo kids milk stool on four tapered legs with an abstract form . Carved from one piece of wood. Minor scratches and losses Senufo designs have become popular with decorators for their elegance and beauty. This stool is a fine example of Senufo style as well as a great authentic used piece seat.
  9. VQD

    African Baga Bird Low Stool - brown

    $655.00  
    More Details Low stool hand-carved of one piece of dense heavy wood by the tribe of Baga Guinesa-Bissau with a brid figure. Stools are a minor art form for the Baga whose large masks and serpent figures are among the largest and most impressive in Africa.
  10. VQD

    Square Indian Patchwork Stool - natural/multi

    $399.00  
    More Details Square wood stool upholstered in a vintage handmade patchwork cotton textile with small mirrors from India.
  11. VQD

    African Bamileke Low Stool - brown

    $655.00  
    More Details Low stool hand-carved from one solid piece of wood and fine patina with Bamileke geometric design from Cameroon. Some wear and minor losses due to age and use. Overall good condition.
  12. VQD

    Bamileke Cameroon Stool - brown

    $999.00  
    More Details Original Bamileke Cameroon stool. Hand-carved from one piece of wood. Features geometric openwork design. Some wear, minor cracks and losses.
  13. WBR

    George Smith English Stools - Set of 2 - The Emporium Ltd. - brown/tan

    $2,699.00  
    More Details Pair of George Smith bespoke stools made entirely by hand in England. Soft brown-and-tan giraffe-patterned cowhide upholstery. Antique brass tacks. Sleek tapered wood legs. Never used. Marked on undersides.
  14. VQD

    Queen Anne Stools w/Animal Print - Set of 2 - multi

    $999.00  
    More Details Pair of mahogany Queen Anne style stools newly upholstered with cotton animal print fabric. Solid wood construction and in very good condition.
  15. VQD

    Baga Crocodile Stool - brown

    $555.00  
    More Details Wood stool hand-carved by the Baga tribe. Minor losses, restoration, age wear.
  16. VQD

    Galla 3-Leg Stool - brown

    $999.00  
    More Details Three-leg stool hand-carved by the Galla people of Ethiopia. Minor losses, scratches.
  17. VQD

    Bamileke Spider Stool - brown

    $2,255.00  
    More Details Bamileke spider stool hand-carved with an openwork base in Cameroon. Minor wear, old restoration.
  18. VQD

    Tanzanian Makonde Stool

    $899.00  
    More Details Vintage Tanzanian Makonde stool hand-carved from one piece of wood. Minor age wear.
  19. VQD

    Tanzanian Milk Stool

    $999.00  
    More Details Vintage hand-carved milk stool made by the Hehe or Gogo people of Tanzania. Some age wear.
  20. LRD

    Antique English Victorian Cane Footstool - Rose Victoria - brown/tan

    $395.00  
    More Details Antique English Victorian cane and oak footstool. Cane is tight and in good condition. Maker's mark on frame.
  21. VQD

    Antique Tribal Afghan Rug Footstool - multi

    $565.00  
    More Details Custom-made solid wood footstool upholstered in a 1920s handwoven and hand-dyed wool tribal Afghan rug with geometric pattern.
  22. AAM

    Winslow Barstool - Burnt Umber

    $145.00  
    More Details This mango barstool is finished in a deep burnt umber stain, giving it the look of a cherished antique piece.
  23. NPT

    Needlepoint Covered Footstool - N.P.Trent Antiques - multi

    $165.00  
    More Details Needlepoint Covered Footstool with turned wooden legs.
  24. VQD

    Footstool with 19th-C. Heriz Top - frame, brown; upholstery, multi

    $599.00  
    More Details Custom footstool crafted of wood with bobbin legs. Upholstered a late-19th-century handmade tribal Heriz rug.
  25. ROT

    19th-C. French Indigo Linen Footstool - New England Mercantile - brown/blue/white

    $325.00  
    More Details Antique French footstool newly upholostered in an antique French organically dyed indigo linen grain sack.
  26. VQD

    African Indigo Covered Footstool - indigo white

    $999.00  
    More Details Low ottoman or footstool newly covered with African indigo and white fabric which was hand-woven, hand-sewn and hand-dyed by the men and women of the Bamana Tribe of Mali. Indigo dyes can be made from local plants in West Africa, using the leaves or seeds of the indigofera or lonchocarpus plants.