Jan & John Maggs

Antiques and Art

Oak stool with ball-turned legs and leather upholstery

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A large and comfortable stool with good height and color. Each leg is comprised of three ball turnings between the upper and lower blocks and a fourth which serves as a foot. The bottom edges of the apron were shaped by a moulding plane. The newer leather upholstery is held in place by brass bosses of two sizes, which alternate.

English, ca. 1700

Top: 22 ½” X 19”; Height: 18”

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Inventory #25654

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