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19th century 8ft Mahogany Snooker hall bench

S/N:TI869

c.1880-1900

  • £1,285.00 Including UK mainland delivery
  • €1,441 Euro
  • $1,555 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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If you would like this piece upholstered please let me know. This would require 8 metres of material. You can supply your own or please browse our collections under the material section. (On my website)

This is a stunning late 19th century Snooker hall bench that came from the Liberal club in Lincoln. Its extremely well made with mahogany frame and wonderfully turned legs. It as a lot of character and charm from years of use. The worn patches on the frame is lovely giving the ebonised mahogany a warm finish. The frame etc has all been restored so this only need upholstering. We can do this for you, but should you like to do it yourself that is absolutely fine. The length of this is great making it an ideal dining seat or against a wall as a hall bench.

Measurements- Armless bench Height 104cm Length 239cm Depth 68cm Depth of seat 44cm Height of seat 44cm

Dimensions: 

  • H: 107cm (42.13in)
  • W: 253cm (99.61in)
  • D: 73cm (28.74in)

Period: 

c.1880-1900

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TALLBOY INTERIORS

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My name is Matt Dixon and for as long as I can remember I have had a love for history and design which I find relate very closely.

Since starting up TallBoy Interiors 3 years ago, I have learnt so much about what works together and I find that you can mix modern and classic pieces to create a truly unique design.

I am not afraid to express myself through the items I buy as I believe your home should represent as much about you as the way you dress.  Everyone has their own style and that is what makes this business so interesting.

As trends change, the pieces that appear on the open market change, and that keeps me thinking of how it can work in a design.

I want to provide a service that is totally personal to the client and help them use their imagination to create something unique.

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