M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS

 

 

GEORGE I / II WALNUT UPHOLSTERED STOOL

England, c1720-40

 

 

The rectangular shaped seatrail raised on four cabriole legs
having shaped returns and ending in pointed and seemingly "upturned" pad feet,
surmounted by a padded mustard colored velvet-upholstered seat

 

Condition : Good to excellent; wear appropriate to age and usage,
with an old repolished surface; later interior blocks and inner rail for support

 

16.75" High x 20.5" Wide x 16.5" Deep

 

PRICE : Please Inquire

 

#7744

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Also See :

 

The English (and European) tradition of the stool is a long one – from peasant to nobility.

Chairs, even until the very late 17th century, were reserved for the head of household – or for Royalty.

There were strict rules in Court regarding seating, even on stools.

Click here (or the image below) for a short article on seating,

and the lost-and-found evolultion of the stool -

the oldest piece of furniture in the world.

 

 

THE EARLY BRITISH STOOL

 


 

 

 

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George I/II Walnut Upholstered Stool, England, c1720-40 

 

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