Alexander Rose Roble Broadfield Garden Armchair
The Roble Collection is Alexander Rose's premium hardwood range, made from Bolivian Roble, one of the worlds strongest and most durable woods. The Roble Collection offers both traditional design and contemporary alternatives featuring the curved back slat bench, a ergonomic design developed by Alexander Rose. Featuring some of the most beautiful furniture Alexander Rose has to offer the Roble Collection really has something to compliment any outside space.
Using only 100% FSC certified wood the Roble Broadfield Garden Armchair featuring curved slats for added comfort and style. Roble features many qualities that make it perfect for garden furniture including superb weather resistance and strength. The Roble Broadfield Garden Armchair will stand out and bring a new life to any outdoor enviroment.
Total Height: 87cm
Total Width: 62cm
Total Depth: 60cm
Roble (Amburana Cearensis) is a very strong hardwood with light yellow colouring. Featuring a smooth lustre and texture with a closely interlocked grain, Roble has excellent machining and turning qualities, finishes and polishes well. If left untreated Roble will mellow down to a silver grey appearance. Alexander Rose’s Roble is FSC® certified and comes from Bolivia. Roble features strength comparable to that of Teak, with a durability of up to 25 years making this an ideal choice for making high quality wooden garden furniture.
Roble comes with a 10 year warranty.
Alexander Rose Manufactures Garden furniture that will last for many years, but over time the natural weathering process will begin as evaporation of natural oils and minerals in the wood begins from exposure to the elements. Cracks and splits can appear in the wood particularly on the end grain. The drier the wood, the more cracks will appear.
Alexander Rose timber furniture is designed with this in mind and its strength and durability will remain unaffected. Wooden furniture can be treated with Alexander Rose’s specially formulated care products to enhance the natural look of the wood. Alternatively the wood surfaces can be left and will eventually turn an attractive mellow silver grey, and should be occasionally cleaned with soapy water.