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The Kostroma Monk’s Bench

The Kostroma Monk’s Bench

Regular price $751.00 USD
Regular price $1,877.00 USD Sale price $751.00 USD
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Introducing The Kostroma a hand-carved deacon's bench, a true treasure from a bygone era. This beautifully crafted piece of furniture has been expertly hand-carved from solid oak, making it a true testament to the skills and craftsmanship of the artisans of its time.

With its rich, warm tones and intricate detailing, this bench is the perfect addition to any home that appreciates the beauty and history of antique furniture. Whether you're looking for a stunning statement piece for your entryway or a statement piece for your living room, this bench will provide both style and practicality.

The seat is spacious enough to accommodate one or two people, making it the perfect place to sit down and tie your shoes. The backrest is adorned with beautiful carvings of fish, vines and a lion’s head, adding a touch of natural elegance to the overall design.

Crafted with a sturdy frame, this deacon's bench is not only visually stunning, but also functional and durable - it features a generous storage space under the bench, where you can store shoes, scarves, baseball gloves, what have you. Its antique charm and timeless appeal make it a true investment piece that will be cherished for generations to come.

What’s more we’ve sanded, stained and oiled this beast to transport it beautifully into the 21st century! 

Bring a piece of history into your home with this one-of-a-kind 19th century hand-carved deacon's bench. Don't miss the opportunity to own this unique and captivating piece of furniture that is sure to become a beloved family heirloom.

This is an actual antique folks, not some replica or knock-off! 

  •  Stunning real antique deacon’s bench
  • Features beautifully hand carved detailing
  • Features ample storage space under bench
  • In good antique condition, but does have signs of wear and tear, because after all it is an antique close to 200 years old, please see all photos and reach out if you have any questions about this piece 
  • All items for sale 

 

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