An English Egyptian Revival walnut Thebes stool from the early 20th century, with slatted curving seat and faux bamboo legs. Born in England during the Roaring 1920s, this Thebes stool is a perfect example of the enthusiasm for everything Egyptian that started in the early 19th century with Napoléon I’s conquest of Egypt and that will culminate in the 1920s with the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb by Howard Carter. The stool features a nicely curving slatted seat, raised on four faux bamboo legs, connected to one another through side stretchers adorned with pillar strut motifs. Highly decorative, this 1920s Thebes walnut stool will be a great addition to any living room or bedroom.
H 16.5 in. x W 17 in. x D 17 in. (Seat: 14.5″ H)
H 41.91 cm x W 43.18 cm x D 43.18 cm (Seat: 36.83 cm H)