This Atomic Style stool probably dates from around the 1950s or 1960s. Made in Germany it may have been a factory worker's stool as the makers stamp points us in that direction. This stool has been recovered and re-padded in a funky mustard coloured fabric, with a flower and, randomly, moose pattern.
2 x Frank Guille for Kandya stools
White vase with duck egg blue seat
The seat does have a couple of small holes as shown in photos, both have marks/chips to the frames. Having said that they are superb stools, as sturdy as the day they were made and very stylish indeed!
Height at the highest point is 62cm, height to the lowest point in the middle is 59cm.
38cm x 30cm seat
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A stunning, original Dulton Bar Stool by Yasu Sasamoto…. A truly rare piece! Dating to the last quarter of the 20th century, circa 1980s, this is an original stool by Yasu Sasamoto. It’s elegant on the eye, yet it radiates a real industrial feel too.
Although we are unsure of the exact age of these pieces, we would suggest that they date to the last quarter of the 20th century, circa 1970s. Made in what we think is perspex, the four stools double up as storage bins too.
Made in Oak, the stools are attractive on the eye and we love the original pins that protrude from the sides where they attach to the legs. The main thing is that they are comfortable to sit on and could be used as stools or side tables as an example….
A pair of jamaica bar stools made by Amat Spain and designed by Pepe Cortes. one of the chairs till bares traces of the old label of Amat. Later produced by Knoll International. hard to find them in beech wood.
This bar stool is in excellent used condition. Overall height is 31", the top is 13" square, the bottom is 17.5" square. It's teak or a teak-like species, and the top is cream-colored fabric. The new plugs fit loose and will have to be glued in, and have been finished to match the stool.