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Tye Bench

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Contemporary bench made of hardwood ash adds seating and style to any location.

Features
Available Color/Finish: Ash

Specifications
American ash hardwood construction
Painted ash hardwood legs

Dimensions
Small: 48L x 19W x 15H inches/ 24 Lbs.
Medium: 60L x 19W x 15H inches/ 29 Lbs.
Large: 72L x 19W x 15H inches/ 33 Lbs.

Ships within 5-7 days




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