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Arch Back Dining Chair

Aidan Gray

The lines of the Arch Back dining chair make this one of our exemplars of exquisite taste, passed down through the ages by tastemakers in every era. The lineage that travels back in time is evident in the sculpted legs and the block motifs on the seat frame. Shown here in a waxed white finish with velvet upholstery, our Arch Back dining chair will bring a lovely neoclassicism into your dining room.
Color White
Cushion Foam
UPC Code 00842210120990
Color/Finish Waxed White
Item Size 24" x 20" x 38"
Height 38 IN
Width 20 IN
Length 24 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.4
Box Weight 0 lbs
Shipping Box Width 28.35 IN
Shipping Box Height 41.73 IN
Shipping Box Depth 20.87IN
Fabric 100% Polyester

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