Antique English Solid Pine Bench England circa 1840
A handsome simple long, shallow antique English solid pine bench from England circa 1840. This handsome bench has a top cut from a single tall tree that makes a single board for teh entire length. The support at each end provides structural integrity and the slightly deeper profile ensures stability. Please enlarge the additional photographs to see the details as well as the beautiful patina of the waxed surface and the mortiser and tenon joinery.
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85.00" w x 14.00" d x 19.00" h
215.90cm w x 35.56cm d x 48.26cm h
Long, shallow antique solid pine English bench circa 1840. This handsome bench has a top cut from a single tall tree that makes a single board. The support at each end provides structural integrity and the slightly deeper profile ensures stability. Please enlarge the additional photographs to see the details of the mortise and tenon construction as well as the beautiful patina of the waxed surface.