Interesting model, used probably by the staff.
What a remarkable piece of furniture! I've never seen anything quite like that before. Thank you for sharing this with us.
I hope 2014 proves to be a good year for you and yours!
A great bench . . .in a great spot.(Love the green cushion, too.)
I figured you'd need to be a governor to see it, seeing as how it's in the Palace of the governors. :) It certainly is an interesting piece but doesn't look very comfy.
...that would look so good in my back yard. :)
So many places to go and so many places to see in SF!
This is very unique. I really like the back-rest.
The carving is amazing!
That is a work of art in it's self.
It's a beauty. I wouldn't want to miss it.
It's certainly unique and must've taken a lot of work to create! Very cool craftsmanship.
What a charming beautiful bench, I love the color as well!Léia
that is NEAT!
It's a beauty! I think benches should be works of art.
Ornate with a primitive feel. Very nice!
More for looks than comfort I'd say.
This is a really strange bench!
I don't think I had ever seen a leafy bench until now! I like it!
It's so unusual and beautiful, Randy!
It looks like a piece of sculpture. BTW, I learned about beekeeping through reading a couple of winters ago. And, I have watched many a video on Youtube. The Fat Bee Man is my favorite source of info.
Looks like cast iron? Certainly an interesting bench. Nice find Randy!
That's a shame Randy, it deserves to be seen oui!
I'm so sorry someone saw fit to cover the seat with green plastic!
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