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Jewels of Java Teak Hestercombe BenchJewels of Java Teak Hestercombe Bench

Jewels of Java Teak Hestercombe Bench


Enjoy quiet moments outdoors while relaxing on this handsome wooden bench. The Teak Hestercombe Bench has a casual pleasing style created by a traditional slat back and an artistic criss-cross design. Contoured seating and smoothly sanded armrests provide extra comfort as you soak in the sights sounds and smells of the great outdoors. Perfect in the garden or lining a backyard path this durable bench is skillfully crafted from the finest teak wood. This bench's sturdy construction and mortise and tenon joinery enhance the strength already inherent in this ideal outdoor wood. Able to withstand years of outdoor use this stylish bench can also make a rustic natural accent for your sitting room entryway or indoor porch. Choose from a variety of sizes to suit your intended space.More about teak wood: Teak wood is universally recognized for its quality durability and beauty. Teak is a very hard densely grained wood with a high oil content. The unique combination of these characteristics makes teak naturally resistant to moisture rot warping shrinking splintering insects and fungus. It is considered the ideal wood for outdoor furniture.This high-grade teak comes from plantations in Indonesia and the manufacturer is proud to work with Perum Perhutani the state-owned agency responsible for managing the conservation of the Indonesian teak forest. They ensure that no tree is harvested unless another is planted to replace it. The wood is then kiln dried and constructed with mortise and tenon joinery creating furniture to last a lifetime.