St Botolphs, Boston 1852 Carved Oak Heritage Pew (SOLD)

Fantastic carved Gothic pew from the 14th Century church that was the spiritual home of the Puritan Fathers who went on to found the ‘City on the Hill’, Boston in Massachusetts.  Much of the planning and financing for the Massachusetts Bay Colony happened in and around this church.  The farewell sermon for John Winthrop’s fleet was preached here in 1630.  Carved by hand by the best craftsmen of the county of Lincolnshire.  Because of the age and type of construction, this pew has a slightly uneven, characterful appearance.

Please see photos of available ends marked 1 – 7 in chalk at top of ends.  These ends will all end up looking like the pew in the main pictures ie polished and looking splendid!

 

Height Length Depth
96 cm 148 cm 52 cm
Seat Height Seat Depth
46 cm 33 cm

Notice

Delivery of this St Botolphs, Boston 1852 Carved Oak Heritage Pew is between 1 – 3 weeks for most parts of the UK mainland.  The pictures show the actual pew.

Please Note: Delivery can take up to 3 weeks for most parts of mainland UK.

If you are interested in learning more about pews and their history, you can find some interesting facts on our website under history of pews.  Please click the following link history of pews

Additional information

Ends

Pew shown in main pic, 1 SOLD, 2 SOLD, 3 SOLD, 4 SOLD, 5 SOLD, 6 SOLD, 7 SOLD