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A magnificent mid 18th century walnut stool, the square cabriole legs carved at the knees with acanthus leaves continuing to scrolled brackets and terminating in hairy paw feet;the seat upholstered in moss-green damask.This stool belongs to a small group of carved George II walnut stools which are conceived with the same strong cabriole legs of almost square section, headed by crisply carved flowing acanthus leaves and ending in heavy claw and ball feet. A comparable pair of stools were sold through Mallett in the 1990s; one of these is stamped with the initials “IDS” which was presumably the initials of the cabinet-maker. The construction of this stool is sufficiently robust to be able to dispense with stretchers, making the design far less cluttered with more focus on the deep and crisp carving.
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