Pair of English Turn of the Century birch stools circa 1900 with curving arm supports, saber legs and floral needlepoint upholstery. A charming union of comfort and aesthetic appeal, this pair of English birch stools, circa 1900, delivers an enduring allure that exemplifies turn of the century craftsmanship.
At first glance, the stools captivate with their needlepoint upholstery, a tapestry of floral patterns, a nod to the romantic inclinations of the era. This upholstery, in used but good condition, offers both tactile appeal and a visually engaging centerpiece, setting the tone for the design's overall aesthetic.
The carved arm showcase delicate curves. Each support is a testament to the artisan's meticulous attention to detail, providing functional support while enriching the stool's visual appeal.
Further enhancing the stools' character are the saber legs. Rendered in durable birch, these legs exhibit a refined curve, a distinctive feature of the period's design sensibilities. Their gentle, outward curve serves not only to offer reliable support, but also to contribute an element of sophisticated style.
All these elements combine to form a unique design that is both comfortable and artistically striking. This pair of English birch stools is a great find for enthusiasts of turn of the century furniture, promising to infuse any space with their timeless charm and distinctive character.
Place of Origin: England
Period: 20th Century
Dimensions: 22.5"W x 14.75"D x 22.25"H
Inventory Number: XXG542