Ironwood Feng Deng Stool

c. 1850
$2,680 USD SOLD
W: 20.0" D: 20.0" H: 20.0"
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This 19th-century feng deng, or "square stool," is finely crafted of ironwood - a hardwood so-called because of its heft and naturally dark color. Masterfully constructed with mortise-and-tenon joinery methods, without the use of nails or screws, the stool features a floating panel top, straight round legs, and simple stretchers. The rounded corners of the top and stretchers imitate a strip of bamboo wrapped around the legs, an homage to early Chinese bent bamboo furniture designs. Minimally decorated, the stool has a simple, timeless form that fits effortlessly into any interior.

Additional Dimensions:
Table Apron to Floor: 14"

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