Liberty of London Thebes stool.
The design of this stool is based on an ancient Egyptian prototype. The Liberty stool, patented in 1884, is one of three models copying Egyptian originals retailed by the firm. See The Journal of the Decorative Art Society, number 27 (2003), pages 81-93 Donato Esposito, ‘From Ancient Egypt to Victorian London: the impact of ancient Egyptian furniture on British Art and Design 1850-1900’. This model was later reprised by the Austrian architect Adolph Loos (1870-1933).
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