Wallace Nutting hand made mahogany window seat bench c1925 with carved knees and ball and claw feet, upholstered inset top. See Wallace Nutting Supreme Edition General Catalog page 26 for an example of the smaller version of this bench. This is the larger size which was more expensive and is far more rare than the one illustrated. Measures 38 inches wide by 17 inches deep and 18 inches high. The burned in Wallace Nutting stamp is inside the frame.This is an exact reproduction, made by the famous furniture company of Wallace Nutting. Nutting author of "Furniture Treasury" a book that documented the finest examples of American furniture of the late 16th, 17th,18th and early 20th century in America, started a furniture company that copied the best examples from those periods. His cabinet men used similar woods and construction methods.