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Antique Hall Tree Bench

This elizabethan-style hall tree bench is perfect for use in an office or home office. The bench has a sleek, all-black design and is made from oak. It has a comfortable, low seat capacity and is covered in a cool, antique-style mirror. The bench also has a top-of-the-line coat rack - perfect for displaying yourèscourtiques and clothes.




Antique Hall Tree With Bench And Mirror

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Antique Hall Tree With Mirror And Bench

This antique hall tree with mirror and bench opens is a splendid piece of hardware. Thecondition is excellent with no flaws. This bench has an elegantaura of antique oak, and the hanger for the tree is perfect. This piece is from a former home, and many years of storage and occasional use has removed all the natural oils and waxes from the wood. It is a beautiful bench - very well made and in excellent condition. The brass hooks are in excellent condition - very sturdy and with perfect adjusters. This antique hall tree with bench is a perfect addition to your indoor or outdoor space. The wood is in great condition and is perfect for a small corner of your home that has a bit of space. The bench is wide enough to fit someone's weight and is made of hardwood for durability. The seat is made of wood also and is comfortable to sit in. The tree also has a small storage area inside for tools and items. This bench is a great addition to your home and would be a great addition to any home. This bench is from an old years old benchesi. Com and is made from antique quartersawn oak. It has a storage bench for yourself with an umbrella holder. The bench is also antique quartersawn oak and has a beautiful mirror finish to it. This vintage anti-war hall tree with mirror coat hooks and storage bench is a classic style and is a part of an era that is now long gone. This particular example has a gold coast ipmu inscription on the tree, with the name of the farmer or farmer's wife who created the tree and the date of the inscription. The tree is currently long gone but this is a beautiful example of an anti-war hall tree with mirror coat hooks and storage bench.