AN EXCEPTONALLY LARGE EARLY VICTORIAN GONCALO ALVES CENTRE STOOL
The recently upholstered squab top generously stuffed with horsehair above a well carved, moulded and shaped continuous frieze. The four carved cabriole legs terminating in brass castors.
This grand stool is sufficiently substantial and robust to occupy a central position in the middle of a pair of large sofas.
Width 67” (170 cm)
Depth 28” (71cm)
Height 19” (48cm)