Vintage 1940s Oak Stool
Our Stock Number: CJI- 813
This pretty little solid oak stool was made in the 1940s when the Utility Furniture Advisory Committee was controlling the production of furniture during and after the second world war.
The committee was made up of Gordon Russell and Herman Lebus, along with Ernest Clench and John Gloag.
It is stamped with their logo on the underside of the seat.
In keeping with the ethos of utility furniture it is well constructed and made with good quality materials - designed to last
It has been painted in a mix of Annie Sloan's 'English Yellow' and 'Old White'
The colours have been blended to create an aged style in keeping with the age of the stool
A pretty piece that could be used in the bedroom as a bedside table or a stool for a child in the bedroom or bathroom.
Height 45 cm
Depth 17.5 cm
Width 46 cm