Unusual Pair of Victorian Solid Oak Antique Benches / Pews

£1,450.00

Unusual Pair of Victorian Solid Oak Antique Benches / Pews

This Unusual Pair of Victorian Solid Oak Antique Benches / Pews date from ca. 1880 and have panelled backs with beautifully figured seats

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Unusual Pair of Victorian Solid Oak Antique Benches / Pews

This Unusual Pair of Victorian Solid Oak Antique Benches / Pews date from ca. 1880 and have panelled backs with beautifully figured seats, scrolled arms and decoratively carved sides. They are a warm golden Oak shade with a striking grain, good patina, is in very good condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.

Approximate Dimensions are:

Height: 95 cm / 37.5 inches

Width: 140 cm / 55 inches

Depth: 45 cm / 17.5 inches

Seat height: 45 cm / 17.5 inches

Ref No: 07213

 

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