Faraway Garden English Bench Seat
Admire your property from the stately elegance of this beautiful, classically proportioned garden bench seat. A stunning piece to position at the end of a lawn, in a shady corner or beside a wall beneath a rambling old rose.
A wonderful three component bench that will stand the test of time.
Available in Classic Grey and Aoraki White.
Dimensions: 500mm height x 1400mm long, 110 kg
- Handcrafted locally
- Makes a beautiful focal point for your garden setting
- Designed to weather naturally and last a lifetime
- Made at Faraway Garden, NZ
Great looks. They are individually finished to the highest standards with each item guaranteed to be a one-of-a-kind, character piece.
Long-lasting and environmentally kind. They are constructed of premium quality materials, found locally, ensuring each piece will truly stand the test of time.
Important Installation Details:
For your safety and the preservation of your new Faraway Garden Bench Seat it is essential that it is sited on a firm and level area. Although the top is reinforced, it may crack if subjected to a pivoting or twisting strain. An 8 to 1 sand/cement bedding mortar must be used to ensure that each support bears an equal weight. The properties of this mixture give a secure hold that can be broken without difficulty if the seat has to be re-sited. We cannot accept responsibility for breakage if this instruction is not followed.
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