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Rare Antique Child's Farm Milking Stool ca. 1900 Signed


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This is a wonderful, rare and very early 1900's New England child's milking stool acquired from the original family owners.

As the family stated, this stool belonged to their great-grandmother, Ignatia Kida and her name is painted in white block lettering on the underside of the stool.







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Since the stool itself is painted in white, the name is a little hard to notice at first, but once seen, it is clearly readable when tipped to the light. This is quite the charming little Americana child's farm piece and I couldn't be more delighted to offer it you. The paint appears to be original allover but the family couldn't say for sure if some parts of the stool might have been resurfaced at some point in time. Whatever the case, this is simply a really darling child's barnyard piece. I'm showing you lots of photos from every angle so you can see for yourself how sweet this stool is. It's very obvious that this milking stool was made to accommodate a young child. At the turn of the 1900's, children were taught to milk the cow at a very young age and it soon became a part of their early morning chores.

  

This stool is in exceptionally good condition for it's age, still very sturdy. The paint is worn in all the right places along with some bumps and bruises but nothing very distracting. There are several shrinkage lines on the top surface but they are very tight and stable, with no separations in the wood anywhere. There is also one line that runs across the top but there is not one bit of looseness or give to the wood. This stool is tight and strong, legs are very secure, no wiggle anywhere. It's diminutive size is 12 inches at it's widest, 9 inches front to back, the top is ⅞ of an inch thick and this stool stands a tall 5 inches.  Use your imagination and give this old farm milking stool a place amongst your primitive decorative pieces, surely you can find a fun way to use it.

  

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