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Reynolds 474 Upholstered Wing Chair

474
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This upholstered wing chair has a transitional style that you won't soon forget. This piece features clean lines that offer a modern twist on furniture design. The welt cords complete the chair with a tailored look. This piece can be customized in a large assortment of upholstery options and is made by a manufacturer who is known in the industry for creating items that stand up against family use.
Dimensions
Width (side to side) 30
Depth (front to back) 39
Height (bottom to top) 41
Seat Height 23
Seat Width 21
Seat Depth 21
Style Elements
Fabric Options Items in this collection are available in a large assortment of upholstery options through special order methods.
Custom Options Custom Fabrics or Leathers
Design Style Transitional
Arm Type - Upholstered Track Arm
Seat Back Type - Upholstery Attached Back
Seat Back Style - Upholstery Wing Back
Leg / Base Type Exposed Wood Leg
Construction & Materials
Padding & Ergonomics Attached back cushion is block foam with polyester fiber cap. The seat cushion is loose (Ventilated & Reversible) block foam with polyester fiber wrap. Coil cushion & Frame Coil is optional at a small upcharge.
Seat Support Description Back & seat cushion is sinuous wire.
Origin Made In the USA

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