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19th Century French Square Giltwood & Upholstered Stool (1 of 11)
Pappilon
Flag of United KingdomHampshire, UK
Pappilon is a mother, daughter collaboration of ideas spanning 'some' decades of new and old. Both having a fascination with interiors and art we like to think we have a unique style and taste where we select individual pieces for their own stand-alone worth and value and like family, it is a growing family of unique antique pieces that makes us love what we do. The philosophy we both share is 'Things of quality have no fear of time'. Antiques which have withstood the test of time relate to a quality found in craftsmanship most often lost in today's modern age. This doesn't simply mean we stick with the old but the ethos of what we stand for is that even antiques for the future should have a consideration to its longevity and quality as well as its style. At Pappilon we pride ourselves on seeking out items for the home by selecting unique pieces of furniture and furnishings not simply as a ready-made style but where each individual item has something to say for itself, much like the individuals who buy from us.
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19th Century French Square Giltwood & Upholstered Stool

REF: LA322901
£1,400
€1,635
$1,761
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Description
19th Century French giltwood and upholstered stool, circa 1850. Displaying a square seat above four out-splayed barley twist legs united by conforming stretchers with a central turned finial. This stool would lend itself well to use as a coffee - low table, either used as is, or with a tray on-top.
measurements
Height:
47 cm
Upholstered Seat 50cm square
declaration
Pappilon has clarified that the 19th Century French Square Giltwood & Upholstered Stool (LA322901) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1850
location
This 19th Century French Square Giltwood & Upholstered Stool is located in Hampshire, United Kingdom