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Wabi-Sabi Rustic Tripod Stool, Side Table - circa 1900
Wabi-sabi rustic tripod stool with a three-legged base, from Auvergne, France, circa 1900. Can also be used as a side table. With its remarkable patina, the design reminds us of the wabi-sabi philosophy which centres around the appreciation of the beauty of natural imperfection. The concept of wabi-sabi finds its roots in old Japanese traditions. The idea involves the understanding that everything ages with grace, and becomes more beautiful as it breaks, fades, or scars. It is the understanding that old and worn out things have their own elegant charm.
This French tripod stool/side table is in great original condition and would fit well in a zen-inspired Axel Vervoordt style interior.
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