This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

A Good Quality Mid 19th Century Mahogany Window Seat, Or 
Hall Bench, Having Well Figured Rectangular Top With Applied
Turned Rolls To Each End Raised On Elegant Turned Tapering 

(Of typical design but better quality than most that you see from the
period this hall bench retains an excellent untouched colour and 
surface and has never been repolished. It is incredibly sturdy and 
solid and therefore very much fit for the variety of purposes it can 
be used for indeed. Whether you are looking for something underneath
a window, along the wall in a narrow hallway, behind the settee, to 
perch on at the end of the bed, or even as a very narrow but low coffee
table this lovely item ticks all of those boxes.) 

Circa 1850

Height - 20in
Width - 56in
Depth - 11in

Stock number

Open by appointment and at fairs (see also under The Edenbridge Galleries, Edenbridge, Kent)