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Leather Bench Coffee Table


leather bench coffee table
    coffee table
  • A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa
  • A coffee table, also called a cocktail table, is a style of long, low table which is designed to be placed in front of a sofa, to support beverages (hence the name), magazines, feet, books (especially coffee table books), and other small items to be used while sitting, such as coasters.
  • (Coffee Tables) While any small and low table can be, and is, called a coffee table, the term is applied particularly to the sets of three or four tables made from about 1790; of which the latter were called 'quartetto tables'.
  • low table where magazines can be placed and coffee or cocktails are served
    leather
  • A piece of leather as a polishing cloth
  • an animal skin made smooth and flexible by removing the hair and then tanning
  • A thing made of leather, in particular
  • A material made from the skin of an animal by tanning or a similar process
  • whip with a leather strap
  • Leather is a durable and flexible material created via the tanning of putrescible animal rawhide and skin, primarily cattlehide. It can be produced through different manufacturing processes, ranging from cottage industry to heavy industry.
    bench
  • A long seat for several people, typically made of wood or stone
  • take out of a game; of players
  • exhibit on a bench; "bench the poodles at the dog show"
  • A long, sturdy work table used by a carpenter, mechanic, scientist, or other worker
  • The office of judge or magistrate
  • a long seat for more than one person
leather bench coffee table - 4D Concepts
4D Concepts Large Faux Leather Bench with Lift Top, Black
4D Concepts Large Faux Leather Bench with Lift Top, Black
What a beautifully crafted upholstered storage bench. This bench is perfect for any den, living room, entry way, bedroom, or nook in the home. Not only will this unit meet your storage needs, it will also meet your seating needs. The large top, which comes with a locking hinge, opens to a fully lined storage area that is great for storing blankets, gloves, scarf's, or whatever your needs might be. The thick solid wood legs and bottom shelf are finished in a rich espresso finish and the slotted bottom is great for storing baskets, shoes, or what ever your needs might be. Constructed of wood and PVC fabric. Clean with a dry non abrasive cloth. Assembly required.

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Seth Harris Putnam
Seth Harris Putnam
Seth Harris Putnam was born in Rumford, Maine to Israel and Ruth Walton Putnam on April 20th, 1830. Located in the foothills of the White Mountains, Rumford is the site of Pennacook Falls, called by historians as the grandest waterfall in New England. Rumford is where the where the Androscoggin River drops 177 feet over a solid granite cliff and Seth spent much of his childhood fishing playing below the falls. Because of the waterfalls and the powerful river, the area was crowded with grist and sawmills and Seth spent much of his teen years working those mills, learning how to turn rough logs into fine lumber. The Putnams were craftsman, building fine furniture, fancy houses and barns across Oxford county. Seth also found time to follow another passion: the fiddle. He was a rockstar of his generation and had a passion for his music, He played all the dances and social get togethers in the Oxford area. By the time he was 14 he was in demand as a fiddle player and seldom a Saturday passed when he wasnt playing a dance. Seth was well liked by all and his handsome good looks made him a favorite amongst the fairer sex . When it came time to take up a trade he decided not to spend his life in the mills. Instead he took up leathercraft and was one of the finest boot, harness and saddlemakers in Oxford County. Seth also helped on the large family farm where they raised subsistance crops like corn, grain, hay, milk and cheese. The Putnams were very successful in Maine because the family had so many diverse enterprises, their lumber and furniture was in demand as was their leathercrafts but it was Seth's bee and leather operations that brought in barter goods for just about everything needed for the table. Seth worked and eventually got his own farm but in his 30's he was still a handsome bachelor living a popular existence...until he met the daughter of a well-to-do family from neighboring Mexico, Maine...the lovely Athlinda Isabel Philbrick Mason. She was a widow of 27, educated and stunning in her beauty and social graces with a 5-year old daughter by the name of Emma Mason. They married on a cold, winter night on the 27th of January, 1861. And Seth set out to build a farm as grand as his brides family. The following spring he built a house with a large living room designed for Seth's fiddle playing and Athalinda's entertaining, she was an accomplished organist. The home was one of the first with indoor running water a large kichen that featured a covered walkway to the barn 40 feet away. In the harsh Maine winters Seth his bride and step-daughter could harness up their sleigh in the comfort of the barn without getting wet. It was an unheard of luxury in Rumford. The Putnams were bedrock members of Oxford County's elite. The family and prospered in every way but by the spring of 1863, Seth began to explore his spiritually and the lives of the family changed forever. Mormon missionaries visited the family and after a long courtship they converted...the elders saw a lot of potential in the young couple. Seth and Athalinda's musical skills could pack a church on Satuday nights and Sunday mornings. Bringing the Putnams into the fold was also a coup because they had scores of friends and family including the Walton clan, Seth's uncles and cousins from his mothers side. The Putnams and Waltons were pilars of the community, skilled and hardworking, well educated, musical and well to do. They were all biblical scholars, mill workers, farmers, the families so talented that they could make a saddle a fine pair of boots, a fiddle, then build a house or run a dairy. And as hard as they worked, on Saturday night the Putnams and Waltons played the dances, their fiddle work was legendary. The Putnam's were god-fearing, salt of the earth people, and lived life with a passion. This new Mormon life fit them and many more friends and relatives followed them when they answered the call to Zion. Seths Testimony "When the missionaries came to Rumford their preaching created excitement in our town but had little effect for nearly three years &at first it was a constant bother to my feelings. I became dissatisfied with all religions and myself. In the elders' passing through Oxford frequently stopped at my house, and in discussing with them the principles of the gospel, they would cuff me about like a rag doll. I came to the conclusion that the reason for my being handled so easily was because I did not understand the Bible and the Book of Mormon. I prepared myself for their visits by investigating the two books. I furnished myself with the Book of Mormon& commenced the Book of Mormon and the Bible, compared the two and read my Bible from Genesis right through, praying and searching for six months& when I finished the two books I became a believer in the Book of Mormon. I was then taught by the spirit to obey the principles of the gospel. My feelings were not known by any but my wife. I was proud to obey
Living Room
Living Room
Living room with central fireplace. The furniture is an eclectic mixture of woods. The large chest is a 19th century Japanese tansu. The smaller chest to its left is a hand-made piece in the Mission Oak style by Steve Belsito of Oakland, California. The small chest in the foreground is French or Belgian, cherry, probably 19th century. There is a teak opium bench along the front wall behind the camera, and there is a small Mission Oak desk under the abstract painting on the right. Behind the chest and chair in the foreground is a red leather sof and coffee table. The living area is quite large, 650 square feet. Other pieces of furniture include a Belgian walnut desk (19th century), a large 19th century French armoire, a small dining table that seats four, a Victorian love seat, a 19th century American chair in the Renaissance style, and a smaller European chest.

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