SBT 348

An oak backstool, made in Cheshire about 1710.
Date Made:
about 1710s
An early 18th-century oak backstool; the arched cresting carved with flowers and leaves between pyramid finials above a panel carved with a diamond, in the centre of which is a flower head; the two-plank moulded seat raised on ball-turned legs with plain stretchers and turned feet; English, Cheshire, about 1710; later wooden brace at angle of one upright; minor worm damage.
105 cm & 41.5 ins
wood , oak
Place Made:
, , , Cheshire , England , UK
Current Location:
Nash's House