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Gablemere Coalbrookdale Garden Bench

SKU: 4396

Gablemere Coalbrookdale Garden Bench

4396

Regular price £141.18
Regular price £175.06 Sale price £141.18
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Gablemere Coalbrookdale Garden Bench

Garden Bench is crafted from sturdy steel tubing with a decorative cast iron back rest and a striking floral centre piece. A generously proportioned 2-seater bench with a durable powder coated covering.

Available in a choice of a satin white and an antique bronze finish. Easy home assembly. Overall Size: W127.5 x D60 xH85cm Seat Measures W121 x D43 x Height from floor 41cm.

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Available in a choice of a satin white and an antique bronze finish. Easy home assembly. Overall Size: W127.5 x D60 xH85cm Seat Measures W121 x D43 x Height from floor 41cm.

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The durable, robust nature of our Champion Workshops is further enhanced by the free pressure treatment that is applied across the range. Preservative is been forced into the timber at high pressure, increasing longevity and removing the need for annual re-treatment. The improved longevity is reflected by a brilliant 15-year guarantee against rot and fungal decay.

  • Vacuum

    Timber is loaded into chamber and a vacuum empties timber cells of air.

  • Flooded

    Timber is loaded into chamber and a vacuum empties timber cells of air.

  • Pressure

    Timber is loaded into chamber and a vacuum empties timber cells of air.

  • Vacuum

    Timber is loaded into chamber and a vacuum empties timber cells of air.

  • Dry

    Timber is loaded into chamber and a vacuum empties timber cells of air.