Circa 1830, William IV mahogany stool. The stool has a needle point top and edge. There is a simple moulded edge and the whole stool stands on 4 sturdy legs. The top of the legs features a square block with a turned section followed be a faceted section that tapers continuing down. Beneath is a turned section, with the stool finishing on 4 simple turned sections. The stool is clean, with stylish fabric that has been worn in places.
- Size 50 cm high x 40 cm wide x 38 cm deep.