Louis XVI Giltwood Stool, late 18th century, the padded rectangular top retaining the original fabric, with scrolling foliate patterns centering an oval avian medallion, above a molded frame, raised on fluted tapering circular legs headed by foliate medallions and ending in toupie feet, h. 17", w. 22", d. 20". Provenance: mac MAISON, ltd., New Orleans, Louisiana. New Orleans Auction Galleries, 07.2015 / Lot 60.
An Italian marquetry circular snuffbox mounted with a micromosaic panel, circa 1780, the slip-on cover with mosaic of two doves on a draped giltwood stool, the box decorated with strapwork of fruitwood inlays, the base centered by a flowerhead.
A NEAR PAIR OF NAPOLEON III GILTWOOD STOOLS (TABOURETS) IN THE MANNER OF FOURNIER, LATE 19TH CENTURY Each circular deep-buttoned seat covered in brown silk, on rope-twist frames with horn casters, one stamped T, minor variations 24 in. (61 cm.) diameter 16250 against a pae of 5-8