A late C17th oak joynt stool with its original primitive incised decoration, well worn stretchers and the most wonderful silver-grey colour.
I have left this exactly as I found it, with all the scars of nearly 350 years of use, even with the odd cut mark and flecks of various coloured pigments from one incarnation as an artist’s stool.
It is perfectly solid and useable and wears its history on it sleeve.
Almost certainly originating in the West Country and made towards the end of the reign of Charles II, c1680.
Measurements: W: 18″ (24cm); D: 10″ (26cm); H: 23″ (58cm).