Milking Stool

For centuries a three legged stool has been used by milkmaids and dairymen as they sat beside their cows extracting the warm foaming milk. The three legs mean it is possible to balance the stool on an uneven surface. Very few people milk cows these days so now the stools are used as low tables, an extra seat for a child or for holding a cup of coffee and a book beside an armchair.

Made of willow legs and aspen tops these little stools have the charm of yesteryear.

Dimensions: top 230-250mm, 285mm high

Roger’s Stool

A beautiful low stool named after Tony’s uncle who made the stool that inspired this design. These stools are made from untreated aspen poplar

Dimensions: 380mm long 190 wide 260 high