Provincial Courtyard Stool

c. 1900
$880 USD
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W: 15.75" D: 14.5" H: 21.0"
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More portable than chairs, stools were a versatile seating option for Qing-dynasty scholars, nobles, and peasants alike. This provincial stool dates to the turn of the century and would have been used throughout a courtyard home as versatile everyday seating. Crafted of pine using mortise-and-tenon joinery, the tapered stool has a rectangular seat supported by four splayed legs linked with straight stretcher bars. A simple floral carving decorates the apron and traces of the original lacquer finish darken the legs, now faded from years of use.

Additional Dimensions:
Seat: 15.75"W x 9"D
Leg Splay: 10.5"W

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