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18th Century Queen Anne Walnut Needlepoint Claw Foot Stool

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Origin England
Period 18th Century
Materials Hand-carved walnut frame, hand-embroidered gros-point and petit-point needlework seat
Dimensions
W. 22 in; H. 18.5 in; D. 18.5 in;
W. 55.88 cm; H. 46.99 cm; D. 46.99 cm;
Condition Excellent. Fine antique condition, Superb color and patination, minor restorations. Needlework professionally cleaned & conserved.
Creation Date early 18th century
Description Fine English early 18th century George II period stool in black Virginia walnut, of generous proportions, covered in extremely fine late 17th / early 18th century English gros and petit point needlework

Circa 1730s.

Why it is special
It is the museum-quality needlework which makes this stool so special. Early 18th century, hand-embroidered, petit- and gros-point floral needlework panel seemingly has never been exposed to the sunlight and, remarkably, still retains its vibrant original colors.

Of rectangular shape, raised on four well-shaped cabriole legs with foliate carving to the knees.

Superb color and patination, minor restorations to frame.

The drop-in seat frame original, covered in a superb period museum-quality needlework, retaining its vibrant original colors.
Styles / Movements Georgian, Queen Anne, Traditional
Incollect Reference Number 299201
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