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French Cast Iron Bench c.1900

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This is a French cast iron bench. It has lovely heavy details. The top can be separated from the bottom. This is possibly a marriage meaning at some point the top and bottom were put together. This often happens when two fantastic pieces are missing a part.

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Dearing Antiques was established in 1977.

Details

  • Materials and techniques
  • Condition
    Proper for it's age and use. .
  • Dimensions

    H 24 in. x W 58 in. x D 15.25 in.

    H 60.96 cm x W 147.32 cm x D 38.74 cm

  • Seller location
    Atlanta, GA
  • Seller reference number
    4161
  • Reference number
    1108308612364

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