Lot 14. A CHARLES II OAK JOINED STOOL

A CHARLES II OAK JOINED STOOL, circa 1670, the rectangular seat with incised decoration and partially scalloped edge over a shaped-frieze carved with a band of lunettes and deeply gouged zig-zag lines, on turned legs united by squared stretchers, 20" wide Literature: Illustrated by Tobias Jellinek in "Early British Chairs and Seats, 1500-1700", published 2009, pages 240 and 241, plate 321, where the author describes the stool as 'utterly extraordinary".
Sold For £26000.00 In The Athelhampton House - An Auction on the Premises - Sale Date 9th October 2019

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