A broad term used to describe small wooden stools dating from the 16th to the 18th centuries, with turned legs and stretchers and constructed with a pegged mortice and tenon joint, and made by a joinder rather than a cabinetmaker.
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A rare pair of Charles II beech and oak joined stools, circa 1670, the single plank chamfered top above plain freeze, block and ring turned legs joined by stretchers, each 46 cm wide, 24 cm deep, 54 cm high
A walnut stool in William and Mary style, 19th century, the rectangular, upholstered drop-in seat within carved and moulded frame, on square cabriole legs joined by X-shaped cross stretchers, terminating in scroll feet, 41 cm high, 49 cm wide, 45 cm deep
A pair of cross-stretchered stools, the tops with floral embroidered upholstery, raised on turned and tapering faceted legs joined by shaped stretchers above squat bun feet, with silvered finish. Provenance: This pair of stools were purchased from the esta
An Australian cedar and upholstered x-frame stool, circa 1850, the square cushion above a plain cedar frame, raise on conforming x-frames joined by a turned stretcher, 50 cm wide, 50 cm deep, 50 cm high (19.5 wide, 19.5 deep, 19.5 high)
A French early 19th century Empire mahogany 'X'-frame stool, the square cushioned seat on scrolling 'X'-frame supports, joined by a baluster turned foliate carved stretcher, on paw feet, with yellow-ground silk cover, 48 cm wide, 48 cm deep, 48 cm high .
A 17th century style English oak joined stool the square shaped upholstered top raised on turned legspaper label James bourlet & Sons Ltd, Nassau Street and Mortimer Street West Sotheby's, Melbourne, 31 October 2007, lot 54
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