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Sue's Courting Bench
A lady in California by the name of Sue contacted me and asked me if I could create a "courting bench" for her. Yes, I said, and here it is. Please scroll down to view.
courting bench
courting bench
courting bench
courting bench
The courting bench is made with white oak.It has a flat seat and treetable legs. Due to the unique shape of the seat materials, we may never make another bench quite like this one. We also make custom benches.
The jointing on the courting bench is the best part of the bench in my opinion. It is all hidden, old time glue and dowel.
All pictures take you back to the Bench index
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HERE to contact us. Please refer to " courting bench " in your message. Give us an approximate size if you could, please. Thank you
Years later, Sue has sent this note and photograph. Click HERE.