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Marie Antoinette would have most definitely placed my bench in Petit Trianon. This lovely bench has been hand carved, painted, distressed and upholstered with a beautiful linen fabric. Perfect for an entryway or at the foot of the bed, or just to look at! AND>>>>>the price has been dropped to $625.00 from $1,250.00

Oozing with french charm, it measures 48 inches wide from arm to arm, 40" tall from the ball and claw feet to the shell motif adorning the back, and 19" deep in the seat.

All of my furniture is vintage, all wood, one of a kind, hand painted or stained. It will have nicks and scrapes as I have distressed the finish.

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Furniture can be picked up at my store:
Neat Old Stuff
222 S. Bernard Street
Spokane, Washington
United States
We're open Tuesday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

I deliver in the Spokane County area from Cheney to Liberty Lake for $75.00.

Greyhound Express is also available for $150 to $250 depending on where you live. However, if you live more than 300 miles from our location, Greyhound will not track and a timely arrival is not guaranteed.

The listed shipping price if for Fed-Ex ground and a custom box in which to ship.

You may contact the store at (509) 536-6390 or convo for shipping details.

NeW pRiCe Marie Antoinette Style Bench, Hand Carved with Shabby Chic Finish

$625.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, paint, linen
  • Only ships to United States from Washington, United States.
  • Feedback: 461 reviews
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