Pair of Leather Benches by Edward Wormley for Dunbar
Pair of Leather Benches by Edward Wormley for Dunbar.
19th Century Neoclassical Curule Bench with Goat-Head and Hooves
This amazing Neo-Classical style curule bench was acquired from a prominent Palm Beach estate. The piece was definitely carved by a master-craftsman with its stylized rams-heads and hoofed-legs. The piece retains its original painted and gilt-decorated finish and has a modern woven, satin striped fabric in a soft gold and cream coloration.
Bespoke "Grasshopper" Bench by the American Architect: Marc Phiffer
This amazing bench in tiger-maple was created by the American architect Marc Phiffer in the late 20th century.
With its angular streamlined form and use of tiger-maple solids this piece makes a statement.
Hollywood Regency Style Gold Gilt Metal Bench with Cushion, Italian: Circa 1960s
This beautiful Florentine-Hollywood-Regency style bench was created in Italy in the 1960s. The seat cushion with its tiger-pattern woven fabric has been newly upholstered. The double-arched base is quite graceful in appearance and combined with the lattice-pattern seat and scrolled arms is the quintessential perch for you.
This stylish and very chic bench was custom designed and will make a definite statement with its one-of-a-kind form and finish. The piece is fabricated in oak with stainless steel accents.
Note: The cushion is held in place with velcro which worked best with how the bench was designed and constructed.