Wabi Sabi Stool
Very old primitive-style round table made in Japan. It is assumed to be based on a butcher table from European antique furniture.
It appears to have been made into a table by attaching smoked branches to a very old cedar workbench.
The date of tailoring is unknown, but the workbench and branches are very old and are items from the Meiji period (1860s-1900s).
It is very stable without any wobble. Very sturdy and in best condition. A rare piece of Japanese furniture with a wabi-sabi aesthetic.
Weight approx. 20k.
Height: 28.35 in (72 cm)
Diameter: 27.17 in (69 cm)
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