- Sleek, flexible, and lightweight design.
- Waterfall seat edge and armrests for lasting comfort.
- Thin sheet-steel frame.
- General Dimensions
- 32" H 22⅛" W 19" D
- Product Weight
- 10.5 lbs
- Comes fully assembled
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- Item No.
- Height (in): 32
- Width (in): 22⅛
- Depth (in): 19
- Weight (lbs): 10.5
- Seat Width (in): 18
- Seat Depth (in): 17
- Arm Height (in): 28
- Leg Height (in): 18½
- Sheet steel frame with powder-coated finish
- Oak veneer over molded plywood seat and back
- Plastic floor glides
- Threshold Delivery, In-Home Delivery
This product can expose you to chemicals, including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to: www.P65warnings.ca.gov/furniture.
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