2 Seater Vintage Bench 632 - Wrought Iron, Grey Antique Finish

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2 Seater Vintage Bench 632 - Wrought Iron, Grey Antique Finish
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This attractive vintage style bench is also strong and rigid with a tough paint finish suitable for outside use. Features include an elaborate wrought iron design with an attractive scroll pattern and a rustic grey antique finish with an authentic distressed look. Although the style is antique this popular bench is equally at home in a new build or a country garden. The completed bench unfolds and locks in place with one bolt each side, making installation easy. The finished bench is strong and stable.

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  • Minimal assembly required - the fully assembled bench simply unfolds and locks in place with 2 bolts, one each side, and a single strut below
  • Traditional wrought iron design
  • Elegant arched back and sides with attractive lattice pattern
  • Electrocoated anti-corrosion treatment
  • Powder coated paint finish
  • Rustic grey antique finish
  • Authentic distressed look
  • Strong slatted seat with 2 diagonal braces
  • 4 prefabricated pieces hinged together for simple assembly with 1 seat, 1 back and 2 ends
  • Factory fitted nuts and bolts
  • Width 4'3" (1300mm)
  • Depth 1'6" (450mm)
  • Height 3'1" (950mm)
  • Seat height 1'6" (450mm)

WROUGHT IRON DESIGN: The attractive decorative style of ornamental wrought iron conceals its strength. The ornate and elaborate scrolls are joined together in a complex lattice pattern which provides great strength and rigidity while at the same time providing a pleasing appearance. Long before modern engineering this traditional process achieved impressive strength to weight ratios. As a result many wrought iron artifacts have survived for centuries. This vintage style furniture is surprisingly strong considering the weight. Traditional wrought ironwork by a blacksmith is rare nowadays but many of the principles have survived in this wrought iron design.

MINIMAL ASSEMBLY: This attractive vintage bench features a clever design which ensures that minimal assembly is required. The bench is fully assembled in the factory with four rigid prefabricated panels, which are hinged together and folded flat for safe and efficient transport and handling. All that is required on site to complete the assembly is to unfold the panels, to tighten one bolt each side and to fit an angled strut under the seat, which requires three bolts. So assembly requires just five bolts in total. Substantial hinges ensure that the finished bench is rigid and strong. The hinged design is at least as strong as flat-packed alternatives. In most cases the bench is never folded again, but should you ever need to transport it somewhere in the future it is equally easy to loosen the bolts and fold it flat ready for transport.

ELECTROCOATED ANTI-CORROSION TREATMENT: Electrocoating is a high quality anti-corrosion treatment process, also known as E-coating or electrophoretic deposition. It is a process similar to powder coating and very similar to electroplating. Unlike powder coating, which is a dry process, electrocoating involves immersion in electrically charged fluid to ensure more even coverage in those inaccessible nooks and crannies. This makes it especially suitable for the ornate wrought ironwork which is a feature of this furniture. The tough and durable finish has excellent weathering properties. The electrocoating is an undercoat which protects against corrosion.

POWDER COATED FINISH: The powder coated finish is an attractive and durable top coat. The dry paint powder is baked on. The tough finish also has excellent weathering properties and retains its gloss and colour superbly. A good example of powder coating is the finish on your washing machine. Powder coated furniture has a similar finish.

ANTIQUE DISTRESSED FINISH: This attractive and elegant vintage style garden furniture includes an authentic distressed look which is often described as rustic, antique finish or shabby chic. This popular style is very much in vogue. The antique distressed finish is more difficult to create than a brand new gloss finish. The surface of the paint is altered to provide an aged appearance which compliments the traditional wrought iron design. The process to create the distressed finish includes brushing with an antique bronze colour. An inevitable feature of the antique finish is minor imperfections including scratches and marks, occasional bare spots and a smattering of bronze coloured streaks and specks which are a similar colour to rust. None of these features are defects and all add to the charm of this popular furniture. The antique distressed finish does not affect the durability.

SAFETY: This product should be placed on a flat, level and hard base. Concrete and paving are ideal, lawns are too soft. Children should not be allowed to climb on this product or to play around it without adult supervision. Jumping on this product is not recommended. Adults should sit down without excessive force. During the winter months and periods of adverse weather we recommend covering this product or storing it under cover.

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