Circa 1900, George III style, circular mahogany stool in the Chippendale style. The stool with its raised upholstered centre and piped fore-edge, attached to a large flared circular base. The base has a continuous shaped apron with foliate carving and a beading. At the top of each leg is a carved c scrolling and the extremely shaped cabriole legs have acanthus leaves coming down the front and carved inside on the top. The legs continue down and finish on a realistic animal ball and claw foot. It has been recently re-upholstered.
- Size 47 cm high x 48 cm diameter