• Item: Georgian Mahogany Stool
• Circa: 1840
• Period: Victorian
• Wood: Solid mahogany
• Provenance: Broughton Hall, Cheshire, England, UK
• Newly upholstered
• Brown leather & stud hinged seat
• Internal storage box under seat
• Blue glazed cotton lined interior
• Matching braiding
• Scroll shaped sloped flame mahogany front
• Baluster turned legs
• Original polish & patination
• Excellent colour & quality
• Solid in joint
• Useful storage space
• Free delivery to England, Wales & southern Scotland*
• Free 14-day UK returns policy
Here is a fine quality antique English Victorian box stool, constructed from solid mahogany, with a newly upholstered hinged leather seat, incorporating an internal storage area, circa 1840, in excellent condition. It started life out as a commode, but has been converted into a stool. The Victorian box stool comprises a mahogany box frame, with a newly upholstered brown leather hinged seat, finished with brass studwork, encompassed by a mahogany moulding. The seat itself is firm, which means that you won’t sink into the upholstery, but at the same time, it is very comfortable to sit on. If you do not like the colour/style of the upholstery, we can re-cover the seat in a fabric of your choice for £35 labour. The hinged lid opens to reveal a spacious storage area, which has been lined with blue glazed cotton. The internal box would be ideal for storing magazines, TV remote controls, make-up or just as a general tidy box! The front of the Victorian box stool is decorated with a scroll shaped flame mahogany front. The Victorian mahogany stool is raised on its original baluster turned four legs.
This Victorian box stool boasts a rich brown mahogany finish. It has a fantastic colour and patination; this can only be achieved through age and years of care and cleaning it has received. This Victorian box stool would look superb in a variety of rooms from the bedroom to living room. This item would certainly grace any home and is a great investment as it is extremely functional. So, don’t miss out on your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
This item originally came from Broughton Hall, Threapwood, Cheshire, England, which, unfortunately, has since been demolished. You can view the history of this wonderful estate by clicking on the following link: http://www.threapwoodhistory.org/broughtonhall.html
Height = 44cm / 17¼” / 1ft 5¼”
Width = 47.5cm / 18¾” / 1ft 6¾”
Depth = 45cm / 17¾” / 1ft 5¾”
Here is a fine quality antique English Victorian box stool, constructed from solid mahogany, with a newly upholstered hinged leather seat, incorporating an internal storage area, circa 1840, in excellent condition. It started life out as a commode, but has been converted into a stool. The brown leather seat and internal blue cotton lining has been newly upholstered, to a professional standard. The seat itself is firm, which means that you won’t sink into the upholstery, but at the same time, it is very comfortable to sit on. The upholstery is therefore new, clean and free from any wear, dirt or damage. The mahogany frame has been cleaned and wax-polished to a professional standard. Nominal old use marks to the leading edges of the mahogany frame, but nothing significant considering the age of the item. The internal compartment is dry and clean. There are no breaks to the legs or frame The Victorian mahogany stool is solid in joint and ready to use.
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