Three teak X frame Stools with quilted leather seats.
The design of these Stools couldn’t be simpler, but they are comfortable and fold away easily. The two pairs of legs are united by a short rod which is capped to either side with a gilt coloured steel disc. The stretchers have open tenon joints which are then pegged to secure them. The replaced seats are padded and lined to prevent them over stretching and each stool also has three webbing straps to further support the seat. There is a slight variance in their sizes of between 1 and 2 inches. Mid 19th Century.