Late 17th Century English Antique Oak Joint Stool, Circa 1680


Late 17th Century English Antique Joint Stool, Circa 1680





A lovely 17th Century English antique oak joint stool.

Peg-joined construction.

The plank top with thumbnail edge over a plain apron with carved lower edge. Supported by four turned legs of baluster form united by stretchers.

Good colour and patination.

Condition – surface wear is commensurate with age. There are traces of old worm but this has long since been eradicated and has also been treated too as a precautionary measure. All joints as sound and this stool is readily useable.

Size: Width 44.5 cm x Height 53.25 cm x Depth 27 cm (17 1/2″ x 21″ x 10 1/2″).