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Slab Bench Seat.

A showstopping collection

A member of the Slab Collection, this stunning bench seat is designed to partner with the Slab Tables. Jump on board with the rising trend of communal dining and fit out your cafe or restaurant with larger format tables and bench seats.

These solid timber bench seats feature the beauty of natural timber grains, contrasted with the solid Bluestone feet. Quarried locally, this Bluestone feature is unique to the Slab range, and will draw interest and comments from your customers. Deliver something special and unique with these NZ designed and made Slab Bench Seats and their accompanying table designs.

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Material
Solid American Ash with Bluestone feet
Finishes
Stained in any colour with 2 pack lacquer
Standard sizes
To suit table sizes:
2100, 2400, 2700, 3000
350mm wide x 450mm high
Additional sizes available on request
Application
Indoor use
Lead Time
Made to order - 3 to 4 weeks
Warranty
5 year commercial warranty

The beauty of Bluestone

The Slab Collections features a solid stone made from Bluestone, quarried and machined locally by Timaru Bluestone before it begins its life as a beautiful piece of furniture.

From the eruptions of Mt Horrible to the west of Timaru flowed lava rivers that cooled into long bluffs and ridges of a blue/grey vesicular basalt rock, run through with veins and features the equal of which is not found anywhere else in New Zealand. Each piece of rock is unique and creates a product that will last for generations. It is naturally beautiful, genuinely New Zealand and its versatility is unparalleled.

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About the Designer - Mark Suckling

Mark Suckling was born in Timaru, New Zealand and learned the craft of furniture making in the family business. Inspired by his surroundings and industrious tendencies, He began to create his own designs to feed a design driven market hungry for NZ designs and NZ made.

As Managing Director of Harrows, he is in a unique position to see designs through from concept to prototyping to the marketplace with an exceptional hands-on approach. Mark doesn't believe design needs to be complicated, but it should be both functional and aesthetically exciting.
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