An English Georgian period oak bench from the early 19th century, with simply carved apron, turned splaying baluster legs and plain side stretchers. Created in England during the early years of the 19th century during the late Georgian era, this oak bench features a narrow rectangular wooden seat with rounded corners and slightly raised top, overhanging a simply carved apron with recessed scrolling motifs on two sides, the front and back. The bench is raised on four turned, splaying baluster legs resting on four elongated rectangular block joints. Plain side stretchers connect the legs to one another and strengthen the ensemble. Boasting a dark brown patina, this English Georgian period oak bench circa 1820 will bring a touch of subtle elegance to any home, perhaps displayed in a kitchen, living room or hallway, placed on one side of a table or between two windows.
Height: 18.75 in. (47.63 cm)
Width: 59 in. (149.86 cm)
Depth: 10.25 in. (26.04 cm)
Seat Height: 18.75 in. (47.63 cm)