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Bright Elaine Dining Chair - Set of 2

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The Bright Elaine Dining Chair is a magnificent addition to The popular design. Whether you are outfitting an entire table or event; or simply accenting a small part of the project this rose gold chair will definitely leave a lasting impression.

Features
Available Color/Finish: Gold, Rose Gold

Specifications
Steel

Dimensions
Overall size: 18W x 19D x 34H inches/ 10 Lbs
Seat Width: 14 inches
Seat Depth: 14 inches
Seat Height: 17 inches


Assembly Required
No

Stackable
Yes

Ships within 3-4 days




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