A bench from the late Qing dynasty. This bench is around 130 years old, made from elm, with good patination and traces of the original red finish. This particular bench has wonderful detail, with its fluted legs, and intricately carved scrolls on the front and back apron. Double stretchers are at either end making it extremely sturdy.
Such benches were frequently used in public places such as restaurants but also in homes. In a modern setting, they would still be marvellous around a kitchen table or in a hall or conservatory.
The dimensions of this Bench are as follows- H - 49.5cm, L - 102.5cm, W - 30cm at base, 15cm on seat.
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