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Vintage Tolix Stool Blue



This vintage Tolix stool originates from the 1960s and is a rare edition of the classic design by Tolix founder, Xavier Pauchard.

This vintage Tolix stool is crafted from iron with a blue lacquered exterior and the signature Tolix base.

This elegant vintage stool makes up part of the Vintage at The Conran Shop collection, a series of charming, hand-selected pieces that would add sophistication to any setting.

A unique alternative for your dining space and suitable for outdoor use, this Xavier Pauchard vintage Tolix stool effortlessly evokes the brand’s history and will lend a French brasserie aesthetic wherever it is placed.


  • This vintage Tolix stool is significantly rusted

Please note: This is a pre-owned vintage design and is completely one-of-a-kind, therefore it may show signs of wear proportional with age. The utmost effort has been made to accurately showcase each unique intricacy and characterful imperfection; our photography is unretouched and this piece is sold as seen.

This is a fully assembled piece, therefore it is highly advisable that you undertake an access check; please email to express your interest and a member of our team will follow up with a courtesy call to discuss your delivery requirements. Unfortunately, this product cannot be shipped outside of the United Kingdom.

For more information or to arrange a viewing of this piece in-store, please call The Conran Shop Marylebone on 020 7723 2223.


  • Part of the vintage at The Conran Shop collection
  • One-of-a-kind vintage Tolix rectangular dining table
  • Originates from the 1960s


38cm (w) x 95cm (h) x 38cm (d)

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