These stools were personal to the owner. They were not transferred or traded, so intimately associated were they with the person for whom they were made. The size of the stool was often in relation to the importance of the owner. This stool is in good condition, though worn with age, and has evidence overall of old worm wear to the surfaces
Height: 18cm Width: 16cm
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André de Bock, Customer.
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Francois L , Customer.
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