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Vintage Locker Room Bench

S/N:mv2022-1

Third quarter 20th Century

  • £245.00
  • €288 Euro
  • $314 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Vintage Locker Room Bench

A metal framed bench with wooden slat top. The steel frame is painted green and has a lower shoe storage shelf – these are metal rods. The pine wooden top consists of three slats.

Height from lower shelf to upper slats – 35cm

Circa: 1960s

Origin: School, Czech Republic

Workshop Report: Overall very good, Some wear to the metalwork in place – benches have been waxed for protection.
As with all our products, this product is an original vintage item so there are signs of wear from use.

Additional Info: Price is for a single bench. Quantity available.

Shipping: Will be Shipped by Courier, 7-10 days, Rate is for England only please contact us for other destinations.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 53cm (20.87in)
  • W: 165cm (64.96in)
  • D: 33cm (12.99in)

Period: 

Third quarter 20th Century

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MAYFLY VINTAGE

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Hampshire
SP11 6PX
United Kingdom

WWW.MAYFLYVINTAGE.CO.UK

Mayfly Vintage is an online industrial and vintage furniture and homeware shop based in Hampshire, England. Our style is an eclectic mix from the industrial look to old school furniture and French vintage.

Mayfly Vintage was established after years of my husband and I collecting vintage pieces of furniture and homeware in the UK and across Europe. We started off selling at the monthly Winchester Vintage Market and now exhibit at antiques fairs in the South of England alongside our online store.

The majority of our pieces are one-off unique items so our stock changes all the time. We hope you enjoy what you see and if you like our style and there is a particular item which you can’t see please do contact us and we may be able to source it for you.

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