An 18th century Oak Bench from Bishopthorpe Palace



One of three long Oak Benches I have for sale all three were removed only recently from Bishopthorpe Palace in the City of York, known as the Bishops Palace the original building was constructed in 1226 the Bishops of York have lived at the house continously since then apart from during the Protectorate of 1650-1660, This one has two pairs of legs and is the longest one of the three, is heavy and in excellent condition. price is for one bench
circa 1750
width 372 cms
depth 25 cms
thickness of top 6 cms
height 55 cms
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DateMid 18th Century : c1750 Codeas437a2207 Price £950.00     1110.46     $1220.66    The price has been listed in British Pounds.
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