17th Century Oak Joint Stool

A 17th Century Oak Joint Stool of good colour and patina, in original condition apart from the handle hole that has been cut into the original top many years ago.
Having gun barrel turned legs and moulded top rail.
It is worth noting the very good dry surface to the underneath of the top and inside of the rails with the original pegs coming through just as we like to see.

Price £900


Height = 51 cm (20.1″)
Width = 48 cm (18.9″)
Depth = 26 cm (10.2″)

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Rare 18th Century Elm Footstool

A Rare mid 18th Century Elm Footstool of wonderful glowing colour with nicely shaped cabriole legs and pad foot.

Price £1,800 Sold


Height = 38 cm (15.0″)
Width = 47 cm (18.5″)
Depth = 42 cm (16.5″)

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Fine Early 18th Century Walnut Stool

A rare early 18th Century George I solid Walnut Stool of superb colour and patina, in wonderful original condition.
With drop in seat, well drawn cabriole legs and turned stretchers. Retaining the original pegs, the stool is in remarkably good solid condition.

Price £2,900


Height = 43 cm (16.9″)
Width = 55 cm (21.7″)
Depth = 54 cm (21.3″)

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A good example of a Queen Ann Oak close stool of very good colour, retaining the original carrying handles that have never been removed and hinges that have been moved slightly at some point.

Height = 55 cm (22″)
Width = 49 cm (19″)
Depth = 43 cm (17″)  Price £1,800

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18th Century Chippendale Mahogany Footstool

A Fine and rare 18th Century Chippendale Mahogany Footstool. The stool has exceptionally well carved cabriolet legs with C scrolls and foliage terminating in a claw and ball foot .
The upholstered rails have been replaced probably in the 19th century.
This is a Fine example of English furniture making at its best in the Chippendale period.

Price £2,400 Sold


60cm wide, 45cm deep, 46cm high

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18th Century Walnut Stool

A rare 18th Century Walnut stool with superbly shaped saddle seat and well proportioned turned base.
The turned section at the top of each leg has been replaced using the correct design probably by a professional restorer.  An Identical example can be found in the shortened dictionary of English furniture: page 507 Fig 43 from the red Lion in Colchester. See the Image opposite.
18″ x 9″ and 16″ high

Price £1100 SOLD

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Joint Stool

Lovely 17th century Oak Joint Stool of exceptional colour and patina in very good original condition, the top having never been removed retains its original pegs as dose the rest of the stool.

20″ high
18″ long
11″ and a half wide

Price £1400 SOLD

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Oak Joint Stool

17th century Oak Joint stool with Guilloche carved rails and gun barrel turned legs.

19″ long
10″ and a half deep
20″ high

Price £1250 SOLD

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Oak Joint Stool

Early 17th century oak joint stool of absolutely superb rich warm colour and patina. The wonderfully shaped O G freeze and boldly turned legs with the weight to the top are typical of this early period in English furniture making. An interesting feature on this stool is that the legs splay both ways.  A fine example in excellent original condition.

Price £1850 Sold

Circa 1640

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