A Chinese late Qing Dynasty period stool from the early 20th century with narrow waisted top, natural finish, horse hoof feet and carved apron. A testament to Chinese craftsmanship of the late Qing Dynasty period, this early 20th-century stool marries function and form with its sturdy build and graceful design. The natural finish of the stool celebrates the inherent beauty of the wood, its grain patterns adding to the overall charm of the piece.
The stool features a narrow rectangular top, accommodating a central board, ideal for a variety of uses. The top boasts a slight waist, a subtle design choice that lends a softer, more refined silhouette. This attention to subtle detailing resonates with the understated elegance typical of traditional Chinese furniture.
Encircling the stool on all sides is a meticulously carved apron. Its simple detailing adds a layer of visual interest, drawing the eye and accentuating the stool's overall aesthetic appeal.
The stool is supported by straight legs, a testament to its solid construction. Each leg ends in a horse hoof design, a distinct feature reminiscent of classical Chinese furniture. The horse hoof feet, beyond their visual appeal, offer a sturdy base to the stool, promising stability and longevity.
Whether used as a drinks table or a seat, this Qing Dynasty period stool will introduce a touch of antique charm to your space. Its inherent elegance makes it more than just a piece of furniture; it is a slice of history that carries the rich legacy of Chinese woodworking tradition.
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