Currey & Co. Circe Ottoman Bench Stool Greek Key Design with Lee Jofa Holland Flame Stitch Porcelain Velvet

Amazing Currey & Co Circe Sand ottoman bench or low stool comprised of square tube steel with a red gold leaf finish and a Greek key design. It is upholstered in Lee Jofa Holland Flame Stitch Porcelain chevron velvet fabric. Beautiful condition, keeping in mind that this is vintage and not new so will have signs of use and wear. Please see photos and zoom in for details. We attempt to portray any imperfections. Circa, Early 21st Century.


  • Height – 20 Inches
  • Width – 22 Inches
  • Depth – 22 Inches
  • Weight – 15.53 Pounds


Boxed/Crated Size:

  • Height – 26 Inches
  • Width – 28 Inches
  • Depth – 28 Inches
  • Weight Boxed – 25 Pounds


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Exquisite!! Just look at this gorgeous ottoman, low stool, or bench we have to offer to you!! The ottoman has been named the Circe Ottoman by Currey & Co and it is comprised of steel tube that has a lovely Greek key design under the cushion, an X base with a center stretcher, and is adorned in a red gold leaf finish. Now, lets talk about this magnificent FABRIC!!!! WOW!! The seat cushion has been upholstered in a luxurious velvet chevron fabric by Lee Jofa called Holland Flame Stitch in a lovely porcelain color with a textured zig-zag design. Both the ottoman and the fabric are prestigious items that are typically only obtainable from designers or architects through Currey & Company and Kravet/Lee Jofa’s “to the trade only” program. It’s very versatile and could be used as an ottoman in your living room for a gorgeous place to kick up your bare feet (no shoes allowed!!), but it would also be a wonderful low stool in your Hollywood Regency style bedroom or as a small bench in your entry way for a comfortable spot to take off your shoes. Call it a bench, call it a low stool, call it an ottoman…but whatever you call it, you should call it yours!!

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"Lee Joffa" "Holland Flamestitch Porcelain Velvet"


Paint, Steel Tube, Velvet


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DATE: Circa

Early 21st Century