Blackened Patinated Wood Piano Stool - Nineteenth

19th century
Other style
From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Piano stool dating from the 19th century, in wood with black patina.
    The subtly bowl-shaped seat presents light and fine pyrography representing large leaves.
    A young servant, seated cross-legged, forms the body of this stool, into which a threaded rod is inserted to adjust the seat height. His right hand, resting on the base, maintaining and balancing. The boy, covered with a cape with fringes on his head and back, supports the top of the seat on his left shoulder.
    The servant's face is facing upwards, revealing short, curly hair.
    The whole rests on a large and thick plant base.
    This stool for pianist, height-adjustable and showing great originality, is somewhat reminiscent of chimeras in architecture, describing the fantastic, mythical or grotesque figures used for decorative purposes on monuments.


    Period: 19th century.

    Perfect working condition.

    Possibility to send more photos on request.

    Ref: 245 S

    Ref: 1P9QUXKP18

    Condition Restored
    Style Other style (Stools of Other style Style)
    Period 19th century (Stools 19th century)
    Height (cm) 64
    Diameter (cm) 31.5
    Materials Wood
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 15-30 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France
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