A handsome mid Victorian oak hall bench. It has a rectangular plank seat with reeded curved supports at each end, a rectangular frieze, and four turned legs.
Would be useful in a modern interior in a hall or library, at the end of a bed, or as a window bench.
Condition: Very good with the usual overall wear and shrinkage. Wood with nice warm patina. Four later screws inserted from top into frieze, a very old repair and unobtrusive, especially if a cushion is to be added.