Gift handmade garden benches were handed to Queen Margrethe

The benches are the gift of Fredensborg Municipality to the Queen on the occasion of the Queen's 80th birthday. Aage Andersen
Yesterday, two handmade garden benches made from the ash tree were handed to Queen Margrethe II of Denmark at Fredensborg Castle Garden. The benches are the gift of Fredensborg Municipality to the Queen on the occasion of the Queen's 80th birthday. The garden benches are manufactured locally in Fredensborg by carpenter master Aage Andersen and will in future be placed on Horsedammen road at Fredensborg Castle Garden, which is open to the public in July and early August.
The benches are the gift of Fredensborg Municipality to the Queen on the occasion of the Queen's 80th birthday. Aage Andersen

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  1. Superbes bancs placés dans ce décor fleuri ; une petite halte pour la Reine !

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  2. Beautiful craftsmanship.
    A style often seen in an English country garden and English public parks.
    Please, where can I place an order?

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    1. Royalty fan6/13/20, 6:53 PM

      And deadeggs, beautiful surroundings, tree's, flowers, a pond. It's to die for!

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  3. That last photo is absolutely beautiful, and the benches are lovely. Their natural ash colour gives them such focus in a colourful garden. Being the garden fan I am, I wouldn't hesitate to warm them while contemplating the beauty around me in that last photo, lol. I hope that their new location will be just as effective in showing them off.
    - Anon 9:13

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  4. Love the bench from Anderson. I have 3 son's . Haven't seen Vincent for 25 yrs. He s next door new Hampshire but Vermont is a closed state. Vincent went to his Haverhill high prom with the. Anderson princess. Benjamin has a Dutch wife Ive only seen him once in 25 yrs. I would love to live in Denmark and have queen magarethe as my sister be and theking of Sweden as my brother. My blood family here are mafia Catholic fascist.

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    1. I love the craftsmanship surely it is such a lovely honor even for a queen to recieve such a lovely present on the day of her 80th birthday.

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  5. e and only protector died, 37 yrs ago. My Mother. Warned me when I was 13 yrs. Old " be careful of your sisters " they are insanely jealous. I was asked to take my mot

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  6. Olafr Alexandra Glucksberg6/14/20, 1:01 AM

    How lovely and handmade too. Absolutely stunning and fantastic article read. HM Queen Margaret II has a very powerful name from a very powerful and amazing Queen Margaret I. And is beautiful too in that picture.

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  7. Bad timing... it looks like a Covid bench, three X's - do NOT sit here!! (Just kidding.)~Laurel~

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  8. They "handed" them to the Queen? I hope she's been working out to build up her muscles. ~Laurel~

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