Richeson CABALLITTO Art Donkey Bench

Richeson CABALLITTO Art Donkey Bench - Click to enlarge
Richeson CABALLITTO Art Donkey Bench - Click to enlarge
Item Code: JR886009

Mfg List: $190.00
Sale Price: $109.99
You Save: $80.01 (42%)
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Product Description:
Richeson CABALLITTO Art Donkey Bench.
Easy to take down and stack them up.

The traditional Art School "Donkey" Bench (or "Drawing Horse") used for years. Designed for student comfort as well as easy storage in the classroom. Easy to take down and stack them up. The Caballitto Bench is made of solid Oak and Oak plywood to provide a great workspace at a very low price. This item does not fold.

Canvas leans against back and is held in place by one of 2 (depending on angle desired) notches.

Paint with this like an old master!

Specs:

Seat height:17-1/4".
Base dimensions: 29" x 13-1/2".
Shipping weight: 18 lbs.
Assembly required.
Ships by UPS.
Box dimensions: 49" x 12" x 4".

Richeson CABALLITTO Art Donkey Bench
NO. 886009

(Oversize Shipping: $26.20)


Customer Reviews

Product Reviews

4.3 out of 5, Based on 6 Reviews.
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February 13, 2012

Providence,RI
February 03, 2011

I like the collapsible design and only one piece of wood (brace)to screw into the bench. From a design point of view, the bench should have guides just as it is on the front end so that the screw holes align perfectly when sliding in the brace. The bench is sturdy and solid. The grooves where the drawing/painting board rests is a 1/8 " shallow cut. I just got this bench so ill find out whether the ply wood was of good quality or not. Having more pictures on the website would help alot also.
NJ
January 06, 2011

An ok product, however most of their other products are very poor quality. Most things made in china...Ohh well you get what you pay for.
Jersey City, NJ
March 29, 2009

Bench was easy to assemble and well put together.
Bradenton, FL
December 24, 2007

I really like this bench! It is very comfortable and well built. I would recommend it to anyone who likes to spend a lot of time painting/drawing.
USA
July 22, 2006