Original Counter Stool

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Ideal for using at a breakfast counter, this modern stool offers functionality and elegance. The elm seat is molded for comfort and the tapered legs remind us that this piece is characteristically Ercol. Choose from Ercol's Special Light lacquer (natural beech base & stained elm seat) or matt beech as well as an assortment of bold paint finishes. The counter stool is available in a 25" or 27" height

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The Original Counter Stool is stocked in a 25" height in Black and Matt Beech. Please note that availability is subject to change; for time-sensitive orders or large order quantities please contact us directly. All other color options will ship within the standard lead time.

25" High: 15.4" W x 14.5" D x 25.5" H
27" High: 15.4" W x 14.5" D x 27.1" H

Standard Shipping

This item is shipped via Standard Shipping which is delivered via UPS.

Delivery charges are based on the total value of the merchandise shipped to each address. Shipping time is typically 3-5 business days.

Please Note: Items on backorder/out of stock will ship upon availability.

Further details can be found on our Shipping and Delivery page.

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In 1920, young designer Lucian Ercolani started his own business in High Wycombe, the chair making capital of England. Here he perfected the technique of steam-bending wood  to form the famous Windsor Bow and discovered how to "tame" elm; a beautifully grained hardwood other furniture makers considered impossible to work with.

Design and people were the cornerstones of his company and this remains true of the family-owned company today, which is currently headed by Lucian's grandsone, Edward Tadros. 

Ercol's passion for innovation in design and manufacturing is as strong today as it was then. Its 160,000-square-foot factory combines the latest technology with time-honored craftsmanship to create a unique range of pieces designed by Ercol's in-house team alongside design luminaries including Matthew Hilton, Sir Terence Conran and Russel Pinch.