Primitive Painted Sycamore Stool


+44 (0)1803 867617

+44 (0)7752 923339


19th Century

  • £175.00
  • €208 Euro
  • $212 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2016
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A wonderfully charming three-legged sycamore stool of rustic construction and in its original rust red paint. There is a particularly characterful very old ‘repair’ to one of the legs - a large iron nail has been driven into the seat and out the bottom, completely missing the leg but it ensures the joint is solid and it was obviously deemed sufficient at the time (it’s not too sharp now). The legs are shaped from tree branches and still have bits of bark on them, though this has been painted over. The silky-smooth seat has notched details to each corner. It remains solid and stable and completely useable. Mid 19th century.

H: 33cm W: 34cm D: 17cm


  • H: 33cm (12.99in)
  • W: 34cm (13.39in)
  • D: 17cm (6.69in)


19th Century

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