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How many different sizes of garden stools are available?

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How many different sizes of garden stools are available?

Chinese round garden stools were made in a range of sizes, for use both indoors and out. Used as a form of casual seating as early as the Song dynasty (920-1279), these drum-form stools were common in Chinese aristocratic homes and were made with a variety of materials and decorative designs.

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19th Century Two-Tone Patinated Chinese Brass & Copper Garden Barrel Drum Stool
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia
Rare two-tone Copper and Brass hand tooled Chinese garden stool. Versatile and exuding character to
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Antique 1890s Chinese Chinese Export Stools

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Copper, Brass

Chinese Blue and White Garden Seat
Located in East Hampton, NY
Blue and white garden seat.
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Late 20th Century Stools

Materials

Ceramic

Vintage Chinese Ceramic Garden Stool
Located in Delray Beach, FL
A beautiful Chinese ceramic garden stool ,Classic barrel shape ,depicting floral garden scenery
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20th Century Chinese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Antique Chinese Ceramic Garden Stool
Located in Delray Beach, FL
A beautiful Chinese ceramic garden stool ,Classic barrel shape with Famille Verte glaze depicting
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20th Century Chinese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Ceramic Asian Garden Seat in Blue and White Floral Motifs
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Asian ceramic garden seat or end table in blue and white floral motif. Blue and white Chinese style
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Mid-20th Century Chinese Chinoiserie Patio and Garden Furniture

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Ceramic

Monumental Chinese Limestone Drum, c. 1800
Located in Chicago, IL
two centuries ago. Drum-form stools such as this were traditionally used in gardens and outdoor
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Antique Early 19th Century Chinese Qing Patio and Garden Furniture

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Limestone

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Chinese Bronze Taotie Cow Bell, c. 1850
Located in Chicago, IL
This large Sino-Tibetan bronze bell was originally used to track the movement of livestock. This distinctive spherical form was mostly worn by larger animals such as elephants, oxen ...
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Antique Mid-19th Century Chinese Primitive Mounted Objects

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Bronze

Mani Meditation Stone Console Table
Located in Chicago, IL
This stone top table exemplifies Organic Modern style with an emphasis on natural materials. The irregular shape and patterning of the stone slab top evokes the complexities of natur...
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21st Century and Contemporary Chinese Organic Modern Console Tables

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Stone

Monumental Reclaimed Elm Dining Table
Located in Chicago, IL
This monumental dining table is a celebration of wabi-sabi style. The modern design is hand-crafted of elmwood timbers reclaimed from Qing-dynasty architecture, each selected for its...
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21st Century and Contemporary Chinese Organic Modern Dining Room Tables

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Reclaimed Wood

Set of Three Chinese Qing Dynasty Jade Bangles
Located in Chicago, IL
Valued for its rarity and lustrous appearance, jade (yù) has long been a symbol of excellence, longevity and purity of virtue. Worn as jewelry or as a protective charm, the stone was...
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Antique Early 19th Century Chinese Qing Antiquities

Materials

Jade

Chinese Round Leg Square Table, circa 1850
Located in Chicago, IL
This well-proportioned center table dates to the mid-19th century, crafted of elmwood (yumu) with mortise-and-tenon joinery with thick, round legs and an expansive floating-panel top...
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Antique Mid-19th Century Chinese Qing Center Tables

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Elm

Tibetan Flint Striker with Malachite Clasp
Located in Chicago, IL
In 19th-century Tibet, many men carried a fire striker to help ensure survival in the often-harsh climate of the Tibetan Plateau. Known as mechag, such strikers would hang from one's...
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20th Century Tibetan Tibetan Mounted Objects

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Silver, Steel

Tobacco Reclaimed Elm Stool
Located in Chicago, IL
Crafted of wood reclaimed from 18th-century Chinese buildings, this contemporary three-leg stool is the epitome of farmhouse modern. Embracing the notion of “wabi-sabi,” the large st...
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21st Century and Contemporary Chinese Organic Modern Stools

Materials

Reclaimed Wood

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