Jan & John Maggs

Antiques and Art

Small oak joint stool or side table

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A good example of a modern adaptation of a historic form.

The splayed legs at the ends of the traditional stool have been altered in favor of perpendicular joints more readily achieved by modern machine joinery.

Nonetheless, the form of the legs and the decoration of the apron and top are satisfying.

While modern collectors often use joint stools as small side tables, this one seems ideally suited to the task.

English, 20th century

Top: 14” X 10”; Height: 17”

SOLD

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Inventory #26635

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