Nest of 3 Orcadian Stools by David Kirkness (1855-1935)


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Product Description

Circa 1950. An unusual nest of three Orcadian stools by David Kirkness of Kirkwall. The seats of typical Orcadian style in woven marram grass with square blocks in each corner. The two smaller stools nest neatly beneath the double top, all standing on square legs with a slight chamfer towards the toe, intersected by simple stretchers. After WWII, ‘Reynold Eunson’ took over Kirkness’s workshop and business, he kept Kirkness’s name, later he added his name to the chairs in addition to Kirkness’s.




  • 44cm High x 81cm Wide x 36cm Deep