19th Century Lace Maker's Stool
A 19th Century fruitwood lace maker's stool with iron stretchers, to accommodate the clogs worn by the workers. This antique stool is in lovely original condition, it stands on turned legs and the thick seat is a beautiful rich colour with a superb patina. It is solid and good order, standing well with no wobbles. A good example of industry in the early 19th Century when English lace makers worked in the home. This useful and interesting Victorian stool is easy to place in any home.
Height: 21" (54cm)
Diameter: 10.5" (27cm)