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A REGENCY OAK STOOL
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A REGENCY OAK STOOL

CIRCA 1815, THE DESIGN ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM ATKINSON, POSSIBLY BY GEORGE BULLOCK

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A REGENCY OAK STOOL
CIRCA 1815, THE DESIGN ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM ATKINSON, POSSIBLY BY GEORGE BULLOCK
With a needlework seat, the underside of the frame stencilled with the initial 'P'
15¾ in. (40 cm.) square
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Lot Essay

The stool, executed in oak to evoke early 19th century Elizabethan taste, has its reed-enriched pillars capped by palm-flowers such as feature on a Grecian sofa or chaise longue displayed in Scone's Queen Victoria Suite (J. Jauncey, Scone Palace, 2003, p.38).

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