A Charles II oak box stool, circa 1670

A Charles II oak box stool, circa 1670



Of typical square-form, having a hinged lid formed from two wide boards and joined to plain under-rails all round, the latter having an internal rebate which when closed rests in the moulded top of the plain frieze rails and the upper block of each tapering single ring and columnar-turned legs, by plain stretchers.

It is rare for mid to late 17th century oak box stools to have a framed lid rather than a simple lid formed only from board(s).

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Height 46 cm / 18 14"
Width 44.5 cm / 17 "
Depth 44.8 cm / 17 34"