Henry VIII triangular joined oak stool. Most Tudor stools are of boarded construction and rare, framed examples being rarer. This framed example with its free floating cutout decorated panels. The plain legs simply moulded, joined by moulded stretcher rails and similar frieze rails. Top is a period replacement, and bun feet later.
It is documented that triangular stools from the early 16th century existed but only a few real examples are documented.