Lucca Dining Chair

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The Lucca Chair projects a stately presence with its unique design. Reclaimed leather wraps the chair in top-to-bottom tasteful splendor.

The curved, tall seatback is ergonomically designed to provide prolonged comfort. Ultra-thin armrests imbue the Lucca with an elegant, modern ambiance

Available Color/Finish: Reclaimed Dove Grey, Reclaimed White
Reclaimed leather wraps the Lucca in end-to-end elegance.
Tall, curved seatback is as beautiful to the eyes as it is comfortable to the back.
Thin profile armrests exude a tastefully modern air.

Reclaimed Leather

Overall Size: 20W x 22D x 39H inches/ 37 Lbs
Seat Height: 20 inches

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