A three legged stool by the Hale Company of East Arlington, Vermont. Influenced by Mid-Nineteenth Century Shaker furniture and stools by the dean of American woodworkers, Wharton Esherick (Pennsylvania), of the 1930s-1950s. The club shaped legs are mortised and tenoned and splined to the stretchers as well as to the inch and one half thick, organically shaped, top.
Hale of Vermont, Year Unknown
Dimensions: 15"W 12.5"D 18"H