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The delightful Ischia tree seat features a tasteful design combined with elegance, practicality, and great comfort. It is a beautifully hand crafted piece of furniture for shaded seating.
The Ischia tree seat features a solid steel construction with a timeless design to bring a touch of freshness and style to your outdoor space. Steel is widely known for its strength and can be formed into highly intricate patterns without compromising its durability, making it the ideal choice for outdoor furniture. The metal will age over time and mature, which may cause patches of surface rust to appear, further enhancing its natural beauty. This does not affect the integrity of the product.
Please note: this product arrives flat packed with instructions; it will require minimal home assembly before being placed in your garden.
Full Circle: Height: 92cm (36.2")
External Diameter: 140cm (55.1")
Internal Diameter: 52cm (20.5")
"Bought when on offer so very good value. Came as flat pack so had to be assembled. Directions were fairly useless but it was common sense in the end. Some of the nuts and bolts were stuck together with paint but managed to get them all apart in the end. Looks stunning in my garden. Will no doubt get rusty in time but hopefully this will enhance the appearance and give an aged effect."
Reviewed Wednesday, 22 February 2017
Reviewed Monday, 21 March 2016
"Pleased with the tree seat,think the instructions could be better,regarding the screw nuts,not too easy to put on as paint flaky."
Reviewed Thursday, 10 March 2016
"2 holes 6mm unaligned .Had to redrill . 2 welded-in bolts too short to affix nuts .Majority of nut caps detached when nuts screwed tight . 2 foot studs missing . Now assembled & will not return ."
Reviewed Tuesday, 30 December 2014
Reviewed Monday, 23 June 2014
"It looks great thanks"
Reviewed Monday, 19 May 2014
Reviewed Friday, 29 March 2013