An early 19th century Georgian mahogany stool in the style of Gillows of Lancaster.
The stool has tapering turned and reeded legs which splay out from the oblong seat.
The legs are joined by a turned diagonal cross stretcher and the seat is caned bergère but not original.
The stool is made from solid mahogany and is in good useable condition. (Circa 1810)
Height 48cm (18.9 inches)
Width 42cm (16.5 inches)
Depth 35cm (13.8 inches)