Learn about Country Stool

Usually thought of as a primitive stool, roughly shaped from a slab of adzed timber, usually gum in Australia. The four stick legs are wedged into holes bored with an auger bit in each corner, generally splayed outwards for additional support.
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A good George III country oak Irish coffin stool, the two-plank top with thumb-moulded edge, the turned legs with lower stretchers, pegged construction. Showing good old wear. 51 cm x 34 cm x 53 cm

Pair of pine rustic stools, largest: 42 high, 72 cm wide, 37 cm deep

A 19th century country oak stool, pegged construction, turned supports.

Two miniature elm Milking stools each with a rectangular seat above canted rectangular supports, 22 cm high and 19 cm high

A small elm rustic stool, 40 cm high, 41 cm wide and 37 cm deep

A good George III country style oak stool of long rectangular form, thumb moulded edge, splayed turned legs on stretcher base, good dark colour and patina. 83 x 29 x 45 cm

Antique early 19th century French rustic small single drawer table/stool

Nine rustic wooden stools, various shapes, sizes and colours, largest 36 cm high x 52 cm wide x 24 cm deep (9)

A Georgian period primitive circular pine country stool with dished top and three simple pegged legs. Diameter 36 cm. Height 35 cm