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Crafted from walnut, this decorative stool is witty reimagining of classic turned detailing
Emulating the feet and legs of traditional furniture, these turned stools make a beautiful mid-century feature for the living space.
Crafted from walnut, to create the unique shape, several layers must be turned by hand before being assembled to create a unique whole.
Available in three different designs, the detail of each centre sections show off the variations in wood grain to great effect.
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames, these stools were intended for versatility and can also be used as occasional tables or plinths for decorative objects.
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Delivery Service Order Value Cost 2 Man Furniture Delivery Orders Over £1000 FREE Orders Under £1000 £49
How long will delivery take: If the items you are ordering are in stock we will be able to deliver your order within 2 weeks days.
Orders with several items: If you are ordering more than 1 furniture item these will come in a single delivery when all items are available.
Postcode exceptions: For customers who live in more remote, highland or island regions your delivery can take up to 10 working days. For any areas outside of our postcode matrix please contact Customer Services for further information on [email protected]
*Please note: Heal’s will be relocating our furniture warehouse between Monday 29th May and Sunday 11th June. Some orders that are placed during this period may be subject to delays on top of our normal delivery timeframes. If you are concerned about your delivery please contact our Customer Services team. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience
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Charles & Ray Eames
In a career that spanned over forty years, husband and wife duo Charles and Ray Eames developed countless ground-breaking pieces of furniture. Cementing their names as figureheads of America’s Mid-century Modern movement, the couple produced a prolific range of designs including the Eames Lounger (1956), DSW Chair (1950) and Eames House (1949) all of which are still to this day heralded for their innovative use of new materials.View Designer