Two rare Charles II oak long joint stools or benches
English, late 17th century the rectangular seats with thumb moulded edge above a plain frieze and raised on turned legs joined by a single stretcher, 134cm wide, 24cm deep, 54cm high (52.5" wide, 9" deep, 21" high).
Provenance: National Gallery of Victoria. Sotheby's, The Connoisseur's Collection, October 2007, Melbourne, lot 45.
Reference: For a similar single example see, Bonhams, The Oak Interior, 19th July 2012, lot 86, sold for £3,125.
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