Antique Chinese "Kung Fu" Bench
The gorgeous bench has a dark wood grain running through the seat. It's got a lot of personality. The pictures don't do it justice.
Detailed carving supports to legs. Typical narrow seat design. Perfect for your house in France or Castle in Scotland. These benches were nicknamed Kung Fu benches because they were commonly found in homes, tea houses, and taverns all over China and could be turned into weapons. Kung Fu masters trained their students how to repurpose everyday objects against conventional weapons and take the advantage. It sounds boring now but in our home these hold candles and vases and sit nicely underneath some big street art. Their slim design doesn't take up floor space into your room so they can fit perfectly in hallways or wherever.
137cm long by 51cm high and 17.5cm depth to seat.