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HEIGHT: 25in (64cm) WIDTH: 21.5in (55cm) DEPTH: 17in (43cm) Seat Height: 19in (48cm)
Arts and Crafts
Late 20th Century
A pair of elegantly modern benches with bases of curved Lucite and tufted velvet upholstered seats, produced during the 20th Century by Hill Manufacturing.
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