Trio of Tables
These are only 1920s (100 years old) but built in the manner of the Charles 11 or George 1 eras, several centuries ago. Jointed or coffin stools are their given names.
This interpretation of a jointed stool is in fact a space saving nest of three stools. Each leg is turned in the manner of a cannon, called a gun-barrel turning.
Very good quality.
W510mm x D360mm x H440mm
STOCK # 118-22
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