Charles I Oak Joint Stool
The boarded top, having a good double moulding around the edge, and secured by four square pegs. The moulded rails have a central band of chip or gouge carving and are set between very well-turned baluster and reel-turned legs, which terminate in the original turned toes. The legs are joined by all round stretchers.
English, circa 1630-40.
Height 22.5 inches, width 17 inches, depth 10.5 inches.