Celtic Inspired Three-legged Stool
A Three-legged Stool
- A rustic handmade three-legged stool
- The top and supporting strut is of solid beech with sycamore log legs.
- The seat has been etched with a Triple Spiral Knot inspired by Newgrange passage tomb carvings as are the designs on the legs. The underside of the strut carries a version of the Dara knot (a Celtic symbol)
- All pieces are glued, screwed and the visible securing screws are covered with pine dowel plugs.
- The finish is Danish oil and waxed to provide a semi satin sheen.
- Dimensions are Height: 37cms x Depth: 33cms x Width: 35.5cms (the seat is 3.5cms deep and legs are c.6cms thick)
- ...and remember as with all my pieces, a knock or mark just adds to its new history - with you.
I am inspired by prehistoric and celtic design and will frequently use this in my pieces. The triple spiral knot and the designs on the legs are both taken from carvings at Newgrange passage tomb and the underside of the strut is etched with the Dara knot meant to represent strenght and wisdom. This handmade stool or whichever use you decide to put it to, for example a side-table, is made from sustainably, locally sourced wood - the seat from a timber yard (forest management) and the legs from a neighbours tree that needed removing).
(Postage costs to areas outside the UK and Northern Ireland will be dependant on where you live - just contact me for further information. Within these areas delivery costs are shown at checkout)
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