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ORIGINAL BLACK WALNUT VICTORIAN FOOT STOOL WITH PETTI-POINT COVERING

Rating: 7
Comments. This Victorian era footstool measures 16" high, 19" wide, 15" deep as shown and is circa 1800s. It has a black walnut frame with turned legs, grooved designs, routed edges and small porcelain wheel casters. What appears to be the original needlepoint covering has a brown background with a pair of roses with leaves done in shades of gold, red, white, lavender, olive as well as green. This item is in sturdy shape having normal use wear, has some finish wear, some wear in the upholstery and is missing some of the piping around the bottom of the upholstery as seen in our photo. Give it a cleaning and you'll have a very fancy stool to rest your tired tootsies.


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