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Passing Through: entry bench with coat hooks

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A sculptural entry-way bench with places to hang your hat, bag, scarf and jacket. Two wedges hold the vertical and horizontal pieces tight with little effort which creates the main structure. This allows the entire assembly to come together easily, yet knock down flat when it needs to be moved.

Currently a finalist in the Design Emphasis competition taking place at the International Woodworking Fair in Atlanta on August 21st.

Hand made in Asheville, North Carolina. Solid wood construction of spalted sycamore and naturally ebonized ash; all domestic hardwood locally sawn and dried. Shaped and worked by hand with bladed tools (hand planes, no sandpaper) for the most vibrant and pleasing surface. Finished with a hand selected blend of oil and varnish.

Bench is 6' long and 6' tall. Seat height is at 16".

Item in photo is an example, yours will be made to order; the materials may vary (in grain figure). Customized wood selection may be an option, contact me for a quote (I will only work in domestic hardwoods ie. cherry, maple, walnut, oak, hickory, ash, etc).

Assembly instructions included

This item will ship in 4-6 weeks

Shipping cost will be determined by your location, please contact me prior to purchase.
Brandon Skupski

Passing Through: entry bench with coat hooks

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: sycamore, ash, spalted sycamore, ebonized
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 3 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from North Carolina, United States.
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