Georgian seats for fine setting

This pair of fine Georgian garden seats are described by Lynes and Lynes as coming from the estate of a recently deceased garden expert.

The garden of the late Brian Cross at Lakemount, Glanmire, regarded as one of the best private gardens in the country, was well known and widely celebrated so these particular benches should be seen only in the finest of settings.

They are estimated at €1,000-€1,500 and will come up at the next Lynes and Lynes sale in Carrigtwohill on July 16.


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