A rare early 17thc oak joint stool
A rare 17thc (Charles I) oak joint stool (joined) of good patina & original condition.
The top is of solid oak with a thumb moulded egde and this top is joined onto the rails with wooden pegs.
The side rails have a carved decoration with a bicuspid shaped underail & the end rails are inlaid with an oak & sycamore geometric design.
The legs are finely turned with a reel & fillett and ball design which leads down to a joined stretcher.
One foot has slightly more wear than the other three, however, the piece is still of sound construction.
This is a rare example of it's kind & also has a good patina (colour).
Height: 22'' / 56cm
Width: 19.5'' / 49.5cm
Depth: 13'' / 33cm