An English oak saddle seat stool from the early 19th century with baluster legs, side stretchers, new upholstery and brass nailheads. This English oak stool features an exquisite saddle seat, covered with a new linen upholstery, accented with a brass nailhead trim. This seat is raised on a skirt scalloped on all sides resting on four baluster turned legs, whose roundedness compliments the skirt’s sinuous lines beautifully. The legs rest on block joints, connected to one another through plain stretchers. With its charming saddle seat and the beautiful patina of its oak, this English upholstered stool, circa 1820, will bring a touch of elegance to any home, whether placed in a living room or bedroom.
H 20.75 in. x W 20.5 in. x D 14 in. (Seat: 19.5″H)
H 52.71 cm x W 52.07 cm x D 35.56 cm (Seat: 49.53 cm H)