Kantha quilt foot stool
This is an upcycled, antique gout foot stool from the 1800's. The wood frame is walnut, and the original cotton batting is intact. Hand painted in aqua chalk paint and lightly distressed with a protective clear coat. Then professionally upholstered in Kantha quilt in shades of aqua and red, with a pattern of paisley, flowers and flourishes, finished with purple trim and a lavender dust cover on the bottom.
I will enclose a set of felt pads for use on wood or stone floors.
The last photo is "before"!
8.5" tall, 12" wide and 15" long
All orders placed before 5 p.m. EST will ship the following business day.
Kantha (meaning patched cloth) quilts are free trade creations from India. They are made from vintage saris, with 2 layers of fabric and no center batting, 100% cotton, and amazingly soft from age! They are characterized by the long running stitch, which is the Kantha embroidery stitch. The technique is approximately 500 years old. Each quilt has several fabric patterns showing, and random patches, making each one unique and beautiful!
I just received these rings today! I'm so happy how the turned out! I asked about the color and she quickly replied with a suggestion that she could custom mix a light blue for me! Amy went above and beyond to make sure the rings were perfect! My mother in law will love them! Thank you!
This is a beautiful, quality item that looks exactly like it appears in the photo. The napkin holder has a nice weight to it, and is a statement on the table. It also shipped incredibly quickly. Thank you!