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Teak Swing

With a classic style, the teak Swing is a relaxing place to rest on a bright summer morning or warm autumn evening.  This beautifully handcrafted 4′ teak swing seats two people comfortably.  It comes with stainless steel hardware and weather resistant rope and can be attached to a tree, ceiling or wooden frame.  It is lovely as a stand alone piece but also coordinates well with other teak pieces for a coordinated look.

 

 

 
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Teak Bench

The Eastern influence of the teak Bench reflects an elegant simplicity that will enhance any landscape or garden setting.  A scooped seat and elegant back make this 54″ bench a perfect complement to the finest garden designs.  It beautifully accompanies the teak dining and deep seating groups.  The beauty of teak is enhanced by the perfection of the design in this Collection.

 

 

 
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Teak Bench

teak-Bench This teak bench, which graces England’s most famous gardens, originated from famed architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.  This is the quintessential version, six feet long, made with a comfortable curved seat, heirloom-quality construction and romantic, flowing lines in teak.  Enjoy spaciously beautiful seating in the 6 foot teak bench.

 

 

 

 
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Park Bench

Here is the original English Park Bench.  The classic proportions, fashioned from heavy teak stock, create a striking and graceful bench.  With a high raked back, the Park is exceptionally comfortable, and coupled with its weight and strength, the Park is perfectly suited for use in public parks, malls, office buildings or your own garden.  The Park Bench is a star with classic good looks for any setting.

 

 

 
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Teak Bench

This Bench is the all-time classic garden bench and available in four, five and six foot lengths.  The durability and beauty of teak make this bench a perennial favorite.  With its simple lines, broad arms on which to rest a glass or elbow, and sturdy legs with a decorative detail, this bench is at home in English Gardens in London.  Create a seating group with matching chair, coffee table, and end table and optional cushions are available in a variety of colors, too.

 

 

 
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Teak Bench

Our benches are simple and elegant with a fluid, curved line.  The graceful arch of the 54″ reaches a height of 38″, the 6′ peaks at 36″. The line includes a matching armchair allowing you to match seating for a simple, beautiful outdoor seating group.

 

 
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Teak Bench

We combine the delicacy of Chinese latticework and the durability of teak to produce the Kingsley Bate Chippendale Bench. Its intricate design highlights our superior craftsmanship and belies the fact that the teak patio bench is virtually maintenance free.  Available in four foot, five foot and an armchair, create a complete seating group with teak tables and accessory pieces.

 

 

 
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Teak Bench

The ergonomic curves of the bench provide maximum comfort with a sophisticated design.  This beautiful 54” teak bench matches the dining chairs and deep seating groups to make your living space completely beautiful.

 

 

 
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Key West Loveseat Glider

The Key West Loveseat Glider is perfect for an evening of relaxing.  High back sling seating provides comfort and style.  The simple lines of the aluminum frame blends with any decor and a variety of frame finishes and fabrics allows for customization.  The Key West line offers many other pieces for all your outdoor needs.

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