Here is a very good quality pair of antique Jacobean style oak benches, constructed circa 1920.
• Item Pair of Oak benches
• In the style of the Jacobean period
• Constructed circa 1920
• Provenance England
• Wood Solid Oak
• Turned baluster legs
• Mortise & tenon leg construction
• Double stretchers to legs
• Solid in joint
• Good Quality
• Superb patination / colour
• Ideal as benches or coffee tables
• Very heavy
• Solid in joint
Here is a very good quality pair of antique Jacobean style oak benches, constructed circa 1920. The Jacobean period dates from circa 1600’s to the 1630’s. The pair of benches are constructed of solid oak with shaped corners. The undersides of the benches feature shaped corner friezes and sits on double turned baluster legs, which are connected by, double stretchers for additional strength. The legs and stretchers are constructed using a mortise and tenon construction. The pair of benches features a superb colour / patination, are very heavy and are extremely solid. They would work well as either benches in the kitchen or set of coffee tables.
This item would look superb in a variety of rooms from the living room, dining room, home office or kitchen. This item would certainly grace any home and a great investment, as they are an extremely functional. So don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
The benches are in excellent commensurate with its age. Nominal old use marks to the leading edges but nothing significant considering the age of the item. Free of active woodworm, solid in joint and ready to use.
Height 44.8cm or 1’ 5½”
Width 239cm or 7’ 10”
Depth 32cm or 1’ 0½”
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