Joint stool

A stool consisting of jointed parts; a folding stool.
A block for supporting the end of a piece at a joint; a joint chair.
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See also: Joint, Joint

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Scot mentions a similar practice to the enchanting of a joint stool in his discussion of witches' alleged meetings' with the devil.
Avoid Victorian copies, which are common, but genuine period pieces such as joint stools which can double as occasional tables "have recovery potential".
Other country furniture included an 18th century Welsh table with a cleated plank top at pounds 580 and a pair of long oak joint stools on baluster turned supports at pounds 550.

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