A rarely seen folding stool in wenge wood with brown saddle leather seat. These stools were most commonly produced in teak or rosewood, this wenge wood version being the rarest of the three woods used. The remains of the original label are still in place on the underside of the leather.
The Guldhoj stool was designed as a replica of a Bronze Age artefact found in Vamdrup, Denmark that dates back to 1300 BC. The original stool is the oldest preserved piece of furniture in Denmark and is part of the permanent collection at the National Museum of Denmark.
W48 x D40 x H35cm