A taboret is a stylish addition to any home. The name taboret is derived from the old French word tabour, meaning drum, which refers to its cylindrical shape. The history of a taboret stool dates back to 17th century France at Versailles. Ladies of privilege were given stools to sit upon in the presence of King Louis XIV. The higher the lady's rank, the more ornate her taboret. Today, the modern version of this classic piece is often used as a side table or cocktail table, which can double as extra seating when you entertain. This lacquered version comes in 8 fun colors, and is made using a 7 step finishing procedure which includes a sealant, several coats of nitrocellulose lacquer, buffing, glazing, tinting, protective glass varnish, and a final beeswax and carnauba wax finish for a natural shine.
Dimensions 17 X 17 X 20H
Solid Pine and Ash veneers, with lacquer finish
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