Charles I Oak Joint Stool

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The seat with moulded edges with channel moulded friezes raised on baluster turned supports joined by rectangular section stretchers.
The quality of the turnings to this stool are exceptional.
Tobias Jellinek illustrates similar examples in Early British Chairs and Seats 1500-1700, pp. 226-229.


    Of the Period
    Place of Origin
    Date of Manufacture
    circa 1620-1630
    20.25 in. H x 18.5 in. W x 12 in. D
    51 cm H x 47 cm W x 30 cm D
    Seller Location
    New York, NY
    Reference Number
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