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Description: Armchair of modern chic design, with a swivel chrome plated solid steel base. Padded seat cushion enhances the comfort of the chair. Seat has a steel structure with 'S' shape springs for extra flexibility and strength. Steel frame molded by ...
Description: Leg material: Wood. Hardware material: Stainless steel. Wooden upholstered armchair. Non-toxic: Yes. Fire retardant: Yes. Number of legs: 4. Protective floor glides: Yes. Swatch available: Yes. Hardware finish: Nickel. Gossip collection.
Description: Vinyl is phthalate free and treated to resist UV rays. Steel frame is galvanized and then polyester powder coated to resist rust. Surprisingly comfortable: No cushion required. Suitable for exterior applications.

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