• The image shows an Edwardian shooting stick seat forming a three legged stool in beech wood, brass and steel, circa 1910. The stool sits central on a beige and cream background with tripod legs splayed and the seat opened facing forwards.
  • The image shows an Edwardian shooting stick with the tripod base open and the seat at the top closed together. Made of beech wood, brass and steel, circa 1910. The stool sits central on a beige and cream background with tripod legs splayed and the seat closed facing forwards.
  • The image shows an Edwardian shooting stick with the tripod base open and the seat at the top closed together. Made of beech wood, brass and steel, circa 1910. The stool sits central on a beige and cream background with tripod legs splayed and the seat closed facing sideways.
  • The image shows an Edwardian shooting stick with the tripod base open and the seat at the top closed together. Made of beech wood, brass and steel, circa 1910. The stool sits central on a beige and cream background with tripod legs splayed and the seat closed facing a diagonal angle.
  • The image shows an Edwardian shooting stick with the tripod base and seat closed facing a horizontal position, made of beech wood, brass and steel, circa 1910. It’s closed seat is resting on a woven fishing basket with a leather strap. They sit on a beige and cream background.
  • The image is from above, it shows an Edwardian shooting stick with the tripod base and the seat at the top closed together. To the right of shooting stick is the cover for the tripod legs to make the seat into a shooting stick. All made of beech wood, brass and steel, circa 1910. They are against a beige and cream background.
  • The image is from above, it shows an Edwardian shooting stick with the tripod base in the steel and beech wood cover turning it into a shooting stick seat. The seat at the top is opened into a seat. All made of beech wood, brass and steel, circa 1910. They are against a beige and cream background.
  • The image is from above, it shows an Edwardian shooting stick with the tripod base in the steel and beech wood cover turning it into a shooting stick seat. The seat at the top is midst opening into a seat. All made of beech wood, brass and steel, circa 1910. They are against a beige and cream background.

Edwardian Stick Seat

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An Edwardian era stick seat made of Beech, brass and steel, circa 1910. The stick is designed to come apart and forms a three-legged stool. Ideal for walking, fishing or spectating at various events. Such sticks are popularly known as 'shooting sticks', but were equally at home at the races, polo, or any field event where temporary relief from standing was provided by the device.

Dimensions: 90 cm/35⅜ inches (max length of stick) x 36.25 cm/14¼ inches (max width of seat)

Product Reference: 12485
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