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Lillian Dining Chair

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Made with top grain leather and stained solid American Walnut or Black American Oak.

Features
Available Color/Finish: Black, Walnut

Specifications
American Oak or ash
American Walnut
Solid Hardwood Construction
Leather Upholstery On CFS Foam

Dimensions
Overall Height: 24L x 23W x 29H inches
Seat Depth: 16 inches
Seat Height: 17 inches
Armrest Height: 27 inches

Ships within 5-7 days




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