A Charles I oak joint stool, circa 1640

A Charles I oak joint stool, circa 1640



Having an ovolo-moulded top, rare punched-decorated rails with a running dog-tooth and simple four-dot flowerhead design, above a pellet-carved lower edge, on columnar-turned legs, joined all round by plain stretchers.

A band of punched-decoration without any carving is rare on English 17th century oak joint stools.

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Height 53 cm / 21"
Width 45 cm / 17 "
Depth 26 cm / 10 "