M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS
 

 

ASSOCIATED PAIR OF WILLIAM & MARY LONG STOOLS   

England, c1695

 

 

 

 

Walnut Example

 

 

Elmwood Example

 

The two long stools or benches of quite similar form and size, one of walnut, the other of elmwood, each rectangular stuff-over seat raised on four block and turned legs connected by H-form stretchers, the seats retaining c1931 Jacobean style figural and floral needlework coverings; one with original 1927 receipt; needlework by Mrs J. Ingersoll

 

Note : There is a slight variance in the turnings and sizes. However, this is a scarce form, and my preference is to retain these as a pair, as they have been for almost 100 years.

 

Condition : Overall excellent; the legs and stretchers with expected old repairs; the needlework also in good condition; the elmwood needlework covering with slightly lighter background and a slightly larger size

 

.   Provenance: Sam Wineck, Hartford, Connecticut, 1927

 

16 .25” High x 29” Wide x 14” Wide
 

SOLD

 

# 6427

 

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Also See :

 

Scare George I Walnut & Walnut Veneered

Oval Stool, England, c1720

With early (possibly period) needlework covering

English or Franco-Flemish Turned Walnut

Long Stool  c1680-90

18.5" H x 29.5" L x 18.5" D

 

 

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Associated Pair of William & Mary Long Stools, Walnut & Elmwood, England, c1695, with antique needlework upholstery