Monticello Windsor Bench
Monticello Windsor BenchMonticello Windsor BenchMonticello Windsor Bench

Monticello Windsor Bench

Item #: 800030
Availability: Allow 8-10 weeks for delivery.
$5,800.00
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The original Windsor Bench sits in the Cabinet room of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello home. It was one of three elements that made up Jefferson’s reading and writing arrangement in his Cabinet. It was purchased by Jefferson from Philadelphia cabinetmaker, Lawrence Allwine in 1798. Allwine ran a successful Windsor chair business in Philadelphia between 1786 and 1800. Jefferson used the bench to stretch out his legs while he worked in his Cabinet. The legs were later shortened and both ends of the bench rounded to fit the curve of his chair. 14 3/8" x 53 1/2" x 23"

All licensed pieces are custom commissions, and hand-crafted in New York. Pre-payment is required and orders may not be canceled. Please allow 8-10 weeks for completion from payment receipt.

White glove delivery is available to most continental US locations. Shipping, handling, and white glove delivery rates are based on the weight and size of the package, and where it is being shipped. Shipping charges will be determined after the order is placed and a shipping quote is provided from the carrier.

This item is excluded from all promotional offers.

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Gift Wrap Information
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We will wrap your gift in white gift paper, trimmed with red Jefferson signature ribbon and a bow, and include a hand written gift message. The charge is $6.95 per item.

Each item will be wrapped and charged individually. You cannot elect to have multiple quantities wrapped together when ordering through our website. If you wish to do so, please call us at 1-800-243-1743 to place your order.

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