18th Century Oak Bench - Architectural Collection

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18 century oak bench

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A special item from the private collection of Frank Pouwer.

Wood type
Old oak
Application
Interior Design
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The 18th-century oak bench, a valuable piece in the collection, is a good example of craftsmanship. What makes this item special is that it is made entirely from one solid piece of oak. A rarity, given the limited availability of such materials.

This unique piece of furniture was hand-hewn in the 18th century, a process that relied solely on an axe, as advanced sawing technology was not then available. This method highlights the high-level craftsmanship that was required to create this piece.

As a wood lover, we cherish dee bench as a valuable element in the private collection. The bench is placed near the central wood stove, a nice place where customers and employees gather for a cup of coffee or tea, as well as to warm up in the cold winter months.

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