Interlocking Drum Stool

c. 1900
$3,980 USD SOLD
H: 19.5" Dia: 11.0"
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Carved from a single block of cedar (nanmu), this unusual stool is a variation on the traditional drum form popular in China since the Song dynasty (AD 960-1279). Minimally decorated, the stool gives the illusion of two smaller interlocking drums. Deep vertical grooves add to its rustic finish, a beautiful weathered texture that only time can achieve.

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