Primitive Wooden Footstool Cricket Stool with Worn Red Paint on Seat
Description: In the earlier days, short stools like this one were commonly used as a seat for children or a foot rest for others. Today, for primitive decorating, this early wooden footstool is an excellent choice. Boasts loads of character with signs of old red wash on the seat and wonderful surface patina. It is constructed of wood and held together with round nails. If you’re searching for an foot stool with a great primitive appearance, this one is sure to please!
Note: Not recommended for use. Being sold for decorating purposes. Refer to Condition for additional information
Circa: Possibly Early Part 1900’s
Length (Seat): 14”
Width: (Seat): 7 1/8”
Product Weight: 3 pounds 2 ounces
Original or Reproduction: Original
Primary Material: Wood, Nails
Color: Blue and brown
Style: Primitive, Naive
Origin: Northeastern U.S.
Markings: Underneath seat (as shown) there is remnants of a stamp that cannot be completely identified other than Pittsburgh (refer to photograph). This may have been from a piece of wood from a box made to create the stool but cannot piece this history together, unknown.
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and normal use. Strong and sturdy for display uses. Areas of chippy wood with color loss in areas. Surface patina. As found condition.
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