English Regency Burl Elm Bench

English Regency style (20th Century) burl elm bench with upholstered rectangular seat on turned reeded legs with casters.
ITEM #
057641
WIDTH
51.0"
STYLE
English Regency
DEPTH
22.0"
COLOR
Brown
HEIGHT
18.0"
CATEGORY
Furniture > Seating > Benches Ottomans Stools
$9,500
In Stock
Qty: 1

English Regency Burl Elm Bench

In Stock
$9,500
Quantity: 1
English Regency style (20th Century) burl elm bench with upholstered rectangular seat on turned reeded legs with casters.
ITEM #
057641
WIDTH
51.0"
DEPTH
22.0"
HEIGHT
18.0"
STYLE
English Regency
COLOR
Brown
Category
Furniture > Seating > Benches Ottomans Stools
Burl

Burl

Burl is a type of wood that comes from an irregular growth on a tree. Burl wood is usually cut in a thin veneer form to show its exquisite detail. Burl wood is most common in walnut, elm and yew. Burl wood has been used to decorate furniture for centuries and was highly popular during the Biedermeier period.

Elm

Elm

Elm wood is a uniform and fine textured wood with a light brownish-red color tinged with darker brown ring marks. It is valued for its interlocking grain, and resistance to splitting. The most significant uses for elm wood are for wagon wheels, chair seats, and coffins.

Burl

Burl

Burl is a type of wood that comes from an irregular growth on a tree. Burl wood is usually cut in a thin veneer form to show its exquisite detail. Burl wood is most common in walnut, elm and yew. Burl wood has been used to decorate furniture for centuries and was highly popular during the Biedermeier period.

Elm

Elm

Elm wood is a uniform and fine textured wood with a light brownish-red color tinged with darker brown ring marks. It is valued for its interlocking grain, and resistance to splitting. The most significant uses for elm wood are for wagon wheels, chair seats, and coffins.

Burl

Burl

Burl is a type of wood that comes from an irregular growth on a tree. Burl wood is usually cut in a thin veneer form to show its exquisite detail. Burl wood is most common in walnut, elm and yew. Burl wood has been used to decorate furniture for centuries and was highly popular during the Biedermeier period.

Elm

Elm

Elm wood is a uniform and fine textured wood with a light brownish-red color tinged with darker brown ring marks. It is valued for its interlocking grain, and resistance to splitting. The most significant uses for elm wood are for wagon wheels, chair seats, and coffins.

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