Origin of small office stool
The stool is simple in material and widely used, so it is larger than the chair. The shape of the stool is very rich. The early appearance of the stool was rectangular. It continued until the Ming Dynasty and became a square in the Qing Dynasty. There were also fan-shaped, plum-shaped and hexagonal stools.
The materials of the stool vary from north to south. The stools in Jiangnan are mostly rattan; the northern ones are made of leather. The advantages of the two materials are breathable and soft. In the Qing Dynasty, there was also a marble-based stool that sat cool and looked beautiful.
Initially used as a sitting stool, it has become more useful for the Ming and Qing dynasties. On both sides of the bed as a footstool; placed next to the cabinet, both the role of a few flowers, placed potted plants, bonsai. As for the tall wall-top cabinets in the home, ascend to take things. In the temple, as a meditation seat, the stool is generally wide and short, and the shape is simple and elegant. The stools used by the farmer are rugged and rustic, and the stools are generally thick and they look rustic and sturdy.
Speaking of a chair, one must not mention a stool because no stool is derived from a later chair.
The bench was not the seat we were sitting on today. It was specifically referring to cooking utensils and it was equivalent to pedaling. It is a seat, it is the future. This type of seat is more commonly used in the Song Dynasty. In the seats, the stools rank slightly behind the chairs. The stools of the Ming and Qing Dynasties took many forms, including generous stools, rectangular stools, long stools, round stools, five-stool stools, and plum blossom stools.
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