Sold. Sold. An English 3-legged primitive stool made from Scotch pine. Original brown paint. Six sided carved legs set at a strong rake for stability. Trapezoidal seat shape with chamfered corners and slightly chamfered top edge. 14in. max.front seat width, 11in. max. back width. Ten inch depth. 1-1/4in. seat thickness. 14 inches tall. Superficial fissure in top of one end of seat, also in bottom of other end of seat, following shrinkage through center of tree (or limb) which is represented by the tight grain pattern down the middle of the top. Weight about 5 lbs. Very tight and stable. Three legged stools accommodate themselves to uneven floors, not uncommon to old country houses. This stool seems too nice to have been for use in the cow barn. C 1900.