17 inches in diameter at feet, 13.5 inches in diameter at seat and 12.5 inches high.
For metric please multiply by 2.5
A beautiful and sturdy early 18th century Welsh sycamore stool dating from around 1740 with a really beautiful rich colour and deep natural patina.
This dish topped stool retains the original hand chamfered legs and is a very rare surviving piece of truly vernacular furniture - a simple working piece of primitive form almost certainly used as a milking parlour stool.
There is some evidence of worm, long since dead and not structural or significant.
Completely usable and very eye catching. Could be used as a bedroom/bathroom stool or a small side table as the dip in the top is even and levels at the base so you can safely stand a glass, vase or bottle on top.