Mastercrafted artisanal goods to beautiful industrial salvage, all pieces are as real as it comes.
With each piece diligently crafted by hand, the character of our furniture and decor items simply can’t be replicated.
You can feel the generations of loving use in each Bass & Bennett piece.
Bracket Wall SconceBass and Bennett Trading Co
These wall sconces are made from vintage architectural items salvaged from old homes (called Havelis) in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Made from teak wood, these brackets were hand carved by artisans from a time when the world operated at a different pace. As these are all original items each piece has it's own unique character, with cracks, chips, and bits of pigment from the original paint. No two are alike, these pieces traveled more than 8000 miles to add a unique exotic character to your home. Buy one today, you never know when or if we'll be able to find more!
Re-purposed Rosewood from old temple posts. Reclaimed wrought iron from gates dating back to before the British Raj. Tressel tables made from rail sleepers that have carried millions across far-flung, exotic locales.
The use of reclaimed materials and up-cycled goods forms the core of our social mission. At Bass & Bennett, we take our responsibility as stewards of this beautiful blue dot very seriously.
With each purchase from Bass & Bennett you can rest assured that you are not only buying a beautiful, one-of-a-kind piece, you are giving them a second life. You are preserving their beauty while conserving natural resources in the process. It's a win-win!
We believe in preserving cultural history by sourcing as many of our goods as possible from small local artisans and craftsmen. Because of automation and globalization, these masters of their trade are often the last of a dying breed. Our support of their work will mean that the vibrant, unique art forms we share with you will continue for generations more to come.
the bass & bennett story
140 West 4th Avenue, Suite B
Tarentum, PA 15084
Wednesdays & Saturdays from 10 am - 5 pm (starting May 16th, 2020)