19th Century Mahogany Hall Bench

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19th Century Mahogany Hall Bench

HOBSON MAY COLLECTION
A superb 19th Century mahogany hall bench with bolster ends raised on decorative baluster and ring turned legs. The bench bears the label of Druce & Co. Portman Square, London, prestigious 19th Century cabinet makers. This traditional hall bench is in good condition with an excellent rich colour and patina.
A fabulous piece to add style to any hall or as a window seat.
c.1850

Width: 47" (119cm)
Depth: 11" (28cm)
Height: 17.5" (44cm)

Dimensions: 

  • H: 44cm (17.32in)
  • W: 119cm (46.85in)
  • D: 28cm (11.02in)

Period: 

c.1850

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HOBSON MAY COLLECTION

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Cheshire
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United Kingdom

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Hobson May Collection is a mother and daughter team with a passion for unusual and decorative antiques. Carole and Rachel carefully select furniture and other decorative pieces from their regular trips around the UK and beyond.

Taking inspiration from the classic English country house, the old school style of the gentlemen's club and the glamour of the French chateau and mixing with more contemporary pieces creates a collection perfect for the 21st Century home.

After 30 years experience working with designers and private clients in the UK and Europe, Carole and Rachel are excited to launch their new online business and hope that customers will enjoy visiting their new site.

Hobson May Collection prides itself on providing a friendly and helpful service, whether it is help in starting a collection, adding to an existing one or simply a one-off purchase. Please do not hesitate to get in touch regarding any query you may have.

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