Step stools of various levels of complexity were used in the Shaker communities, and both "two stepper" and "three stepper" stools were common. Some of the step stools were rather rudimentary, being simply held together, for example, with nails. Others were finely crafted using dovetails and pins. All were utilitarian and very plain. Our dovetailed and pinned 'two stepper'' stool is adapted from a Hancock, Massachusetts example.

Ash sides with walnut steps

14" W x 18" H x 14" D

$650 + shipping