I love every single thing about this rough and rustic old wooden stool and find it fantastically beautiful. From the dense clusters of rusty fat nails attaching the notched plank legs to the seat, to the remnants of old blue-gray paint (and a few spatters of a neon-green), to the way it unfolds like a sculpture from 360 degrees, it's just wonderful. And it's pretty great to sit upon it, too! I might treat it as a sculptural pedestal though, and set it on a shelf where I could admire it from a distance, maybe displaying a piece of pottery or two on its back.
Perfectly worn and distressed, with some splits in the wood here and there. One leg has a little bit of wiggle but all all are firmly attached and it is super solid and sturdy to sit on. 10 1/4" tall x 12" wide x 6 1/2" deep.