Charming Dog Head Stool By Paolo del Toro – Design You Trust

Charming Dog Head Stool By Paolo del Toro

This dog head chair was roughed out with a chainsawed from a halved log of maple. Then shaped with chisels and planes, then sanded for what felt like an eternity then finally painted with lots of coats of nice chalky tempera.


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