M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS

 

 

ASSOCIATED PAIR OF WILLIAM & MARY LONG STOOLS;

England, c1695

 

 

The two long stools or benches of quite similar form and size, one of walnut, the other of elmwood,
each rectangular stuff-over seat raised on four block and turned legs connected by H-form stretchers,
 the seats retaining c1931 Jacobean style figural and floral needlework coverings;
one with original 1927 receipt; needlework by Mrs J. Ingersoll

 

Note :
There is a slight variance in the turnings and sizes.
However, this is a scarce form, and my preference is to retain these as a pair,
as they have been for almost 100 years.

 

Condition : Overall excellent; the legs and stretchers with expected old repairs;
the needlework also in good condition;
the elmwood needlework covering with slightly lighter background and a slightly larger size

 

 Provenance: Sam Wineck, Hartford, Connecticut, 1927

 

16 .25” High x 29” Wide x 14” Wide
 

SOLD

 

# 6427

 

Please Inquire 

 

 

 

Walnut Example

 

 

Elmwood Example

 

   

 

 


 

 

Also See :

 

Scare George I Walnut & Walnut Veneered

Oval Stool, England, c1720

With early (possibly period) needlework covering

English or Franco-Flemish Turned Walnut

Long Stool  c1680-90

18.5" H x 29.5" L x 18.5" D

 

 

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Associated Pair of William & Mary Long Stools, Walnut & Elmwood, England, c1695, with antique needlework upholstery