Antique Adjustable William IV Rosewood & Leather Circular Stool (Circa 1835)
This is a very good quality antique adjustable William IV rosewood and leather adjustable circular stool, circa 1835.
• Item Circular adjustable stool
• Circa 1835
• Period William IV
• Wood Solid rosewood
• Provenance England, UK
• Ideal as a piano stool
• Central steel threaded screw
• Adjustable seat height
• Red leather & horsehair
• Central fluted pillar
• Down swept carved legs
• Original polish
• Excellent colour
• Excellent quality
• Free 14 day UK returns period
This is a very good quality antique adjustable William IV rosewood and leather adjustable circular stool, circa 1835, which would most likely have been used as a piano stool. The stool features an elegant red leather studded seat, which is stuffed with traditional horsehair filling. The seat can be raised or lowered (by 9m) with rotating the seat on a central steel threaded screw, which is situated below the seat. Below the seat, there is a turned and fluted carved central pillar, which is connected by thee carved down swept legs. This is a top quality and very solid stool this is very functional as it consumes very little space. It is rare to see stools constructed with such quality and it makes this stool quite rare.
This stool features a rich warm brown rosewood colour. As it boasts the original polish, it has a fantastic colour and patination this can only be achieved through age and years of care and cleaning it has received.
This item would look superb in a variety of rooms from the bedroom, living room, dining or office. This item would certainly grace any home and are a great investment as they are an extremely functional. So don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
Extended height = 62cm or 24⅜” or 2ft 0⅜”
Lowered height = 51cm or 20⅛” or 1ft 8⅛”
Seat diameter = 34cm or 13⅜” or 1ft 1⅜”
Feet diameter = 46cm or 18⅛” or 1ft 6⅛”