The No. WR 116 Counter & No. WR 117 Bar Tractor Seat Stools

The first stool I can remember was a T-shaped affair consisting of a board about 6" by 15", nailed to the end of a short four by four. Crudely made, it kept your behind about a foot off the floor. Because the stool would fall over, you put your left foot as close to the cow's rear foot as you dared and trapped the bucket with your knees. It was not the most stable three point stance. You put your forehead against the side of the cow. We had three Guernseys. We played the radio and the kittens went ballistic over milk squirted at their mouths.
The small stool is great near a fireplace or in the bedroom when you're putting on shoes. We use them in the office near the file cabinets.
The bases here are fully hand wrought. Special heights upon request. The top is carved mahogany in the pattern of a tractor seat. For use while the room is in motion, we can provide seat belts.
This piece is one of two products we offer with collaboration from a Honduran manufacturer. The seat is carved there, shipped to us in Morganton, assembled with locally forged wrought iron and finished by us.

The No. WR 116 Counter Tractor Seat Stool
18W x 13D x 24H
Mahogany
Hammered Wrought Iron

No. WR 117 Bar Tractor Seat Stool
18W x 13D x 30H
Mahogany
Hammered Wrought Iron

Seat belts optional.
The No. WR 116 Counter & No. 117 Bar Tractor Seat Stools
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The first stool I can remember was a T-shaped affair consisting of a board about 6" by 15", nailed to the end of a shor four by four. Crudely made, it kept your behind about a foot off the floor. Because the stool would fall over, you put your left foot as close to the cow's rear foot as you dared and trapped the bucket with your knees. It was not the most stable three point s...More
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