Set of Six Baroque Style Oak Barley Twist Dining Stools


Late 19th century set of six English oak dining chairs repurposed and designed by Ira Yeager (American 1938-2022). The chairs were crafted in the baroque or Louis XIII taste featuring a square seat supported by barley twist turned supports and block legs decorated with carved rosettes. The seat has been upholstered with a faux leather naugahyde in a caramel color with decorative brass tack nail heads. The back supports have been modified into cone shaped reeded finials on the backs of the seat. Provenance: Purchased from the Yager Galerie in Calistoga, CA. Price is for the set of six.

Dimensions: 17.5"w x 17"d x 25"h, Seat 18.5"h

Circa: Late 19th-Early 20th Century, England

Materials: Brass, Naugahyde, Oak

Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Beautifully crafted and updated with strong joinery. Oak has a lovely aged patina as seen in photos. Age appropriate wear with repairs and modifications.

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