Black & Gold Hand Stenciled Painted in the iconic style of Hitchcock. Marked on bottom. Perfect to warm your feet in front of a fireplace! Condition: A scratch to the top. Any imperfections that have occurred only add to the charm and uniqueness.
It is cross stitched with a bird and swag of red, cream and pink flowers. It is finished off with a golden tan banding that has frayed on the bottom edge over the years. The wooden base is finished with either a dark brown opaque stain or paint.
Ending May 28 at 11:56AM PDT6d 17hColor: BlackType: FootstoolStyle: Americana
<p>In great vintage condition. Flaws are visible: stitching loose around sides and staining. Please view photos for details. Depending on your taste and needs this item may need to be professionally cleaned or restored. From a smoke free environment. If you have questions about this item please email me, I normally respond very quickly. Thank you:-)</p><br><p>Measurements are featured in photos.</p>
<p dir="ltr">ANTIQUE VINTAGE HANDMADE SPINDLE LEG FOOTSTOOL. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.</p>%0a<p dir="ltr">DIMENSIONS- 13.5 INCHES LONG X 9.5 INCHES WIDE X 6 INCHES HIGH</p>%0a<p dir="ltr">A LOVELY HANDMADE VINTAGE ANTIQUE FOOTSTOOL. BEAUTIFUL SPINDLE LEGS WITH A WONDERFUL PATINA. THE FABRIC ON TOP IS HAND STITCHED ON THE BOTTOM SIDE- APPEARS TO BE ORIGINAL NAILS THE UPHOLSTERY IS VERY THICK ON EDGES PLEASE SEE PICTURES BUT COULD EASILY BE FIXED PROPERLY. PLEASE MESSAGE WITH ANY QUESTIONS THANK YOU, ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. </p>
EACHPHOTO IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS AND THEY ARE OF THE EXACT ITEM YOU WILL RECEIVE. It is 17" wide x 11" tall (flat position) 15” tall one side when raised all the way up x 14” deep. Naugahyde /Vinyl tooled design on the top of the cushion.
Solid what looks like walnut wood stool. Lathe spindled legs with cross bar. It looks like it dates in the 1960s. Nice little piece with no issues. It has a furniture makers stamp on the bottom, but I can't make it out.
Very unusual barrel shaped foot stool. My grandparents had a similar living room set and theirs was from the 50s, so I am pretty sure this is from the 50s. Unsure of the maker or what the wood sides are made of.