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All Things Cedar Roosevelt 4 ft. Teak Porch Swing

Item# 268-ATC038-1-AF | Model# TS50 | Added on July 6, 2012 |
All Things Cedar Roosevelt 4 ft. Teak Porch Swing
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Dimensions: 54W x 22D x 26H in.Hand-crafted from genuine teak wood by skilled artisansNatural teak oil finishUnique steam-curved back and seatSolid mortise and tenon joineryIncludes heavy-duty rope and classic brass fittings. The All Things Cedar Roosevelt 4 ft. Teak Porch Swing features solid mortise-and-tenon joinery with a steam-curved back and seat to set itself apart from all others. This porch swing is hand-crafted from genuine teak wood by skilled artisans and protected with a natural teak oil finish to assure a lifetime of continued use. The generous size of the seat and the supportive curve of the backrest allow plenty of room for you and someone special to sit back relax and enjoy one another's company. Comes complete with heavy-duty rope and unique brass fittings. Includes two pieces of rope each measuring 10 feet long. About Teak WoodTeak wood is universally recognized for its quality durability and beauty. Teak is a very hard densely grained wood with a high oil content. The unique combination of these characteristics makes teak naturally resistant to moisture rot warping shrinking splintering insects and fungus. It is considered the ideal wood for outdoor furniture. About All Things CedarA world leader in fine patio furniture garden furniture and other accessories All Things Cedar is a smart choice for your outdoor needs. They offer an extensive line of unique items made from high-quality weather-resistant woods including clear-grade cedar teak and more. Their ... read more
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