Shoemaker Chair 49cm
1930 | WERNER
The three-legged stool, which was created around the 15th century for farmers to work on, has excellent stability, and in the 17th century, it was used by shoemakers with a new seat. The T-shape piercing that supports the three legs can be used as a footrest, but the most attractive feature is the seat surface carved from thick beech wood. The most attractive feature is the seat, which is carved from thick beechwood. The Danish tradition and refinement are superb.