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Chelsea Dining Chair- Cane Back

Aidan Gray

Long before Chelsea in New York City was a hip place to be, the London neighborhood of the same name symbolized style and affluence. Our Chelsea Burnt Oak dining chair has the latter to thank for its period style referenced by the medallion shape of its upholstered back. The burnt oak finish and Varick Cloud upholstery accented with rustic nailheads bring this version of the chair added warmth. We offer the Chelsea in a number of designs.
Color Burnt Oak
Cushion Foam
Color/Finish Burnt Oak & Cloud
Height 38.2 IN
Width 24 IN
Length 20 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.48
Box Weight 0 lbs
Shipping Box Width 31.1 IN
Shipping Box Height 44.09 IN
Shipping Box Depth 21.26IN
Fabric 15% Linen 85% Poly

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