An oak joined stool, English, late 16th century
with moulded top and channelled friezes with ogee scrolling edges, on fluted legs joined by square section stretchers, one replaced --17½in. (44cm.) wide See Illustration
Purchased from H W Keil Ltd, May 1963
See Wolsey & Luff, Furniture in England, The Age of the Joiner, London, 1968, fig. 90, for a stool with similarities.