Uttermost Teddy White Shearling Accent Chair (85|23682)

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Width: 31.00in
Height: 35.50in
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With Its Curved Track Arms And Supportive Back, This Cozy Accent Chair Is The Perfect Balance Of Comfort And Style. Fully Upholstered In A Soft Off White Faux Shearling And Accented By Walnut Stained Wooden Feet. Seat Height Is 18''.
AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE:
NO
LOCAL_ON_DISPLAY:
0
ON DISPLAY IN SHOWROOM:
No
LOCAL_COUNT_ON_DISPLAY:
0
LOCAL_SALE:
0
LOCAL_COUNT_SALE:
0
LOCAL_IN_STOCK:
0
IN STOCK IN SHOWROOM:
No
LOCAL_COUNT-IN_STOCK:
0
LOCAL_CLEARANCE:
0
LOCAL_COUNT_CLEARANCE:
0
OPTION:
PROP 65
FAMILY:
TEDDY
DEPTH:
33.5
DESIGNER:
MATTHEW WILLIAMS
MATERIAL:
RUBBER WOOD?PLYWOOD?FABRIC?FOAM?HARDWARE
ORDER MINIMUM:
1
SHIP WEIGHT:
99
SOLD BY:
EACH
VENDOR SHIP METHOD:
PALLET
WEIGHT:
44.2
BOX SIZE:
40 L X 48 W X 42 T
CA PROP 65 CHEMICAL:
TITANIUM DIOXIDE
CA PROP 65 CHEMICAL WARNING:
WARNING: THIS PRODUCT CAN EXPOSE YOU TO CHEMICALS INCLUDING TITANIUM DIOXIDE WHICH IS KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER. FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO WWW.P65WARNINGS.CA.GOV/FURNITURE.
CLEANING CODE:
S/W - WATER OR SOLVENT
CUBES:
46.67
FABRIC CONTENT:
100% POLYESTER
FINISH/ FRAME DESCRIPTION:
WITH ITS CURVED TRACK ARMS AND SUPPORTIVE BACK THIS COZY ACCENT CHAIR IS THE PERFECT BALANCE OF COMFORT AND STYLE. FULLY UPHOLSTERED IN A SOFT OFF WHITE FAUX SHEARLING AND ACCENTED BY WALNUT STAINED WOODEN FEET. SEAT HEIGHT IS 18''.''
PRODUCT ATTRIBUTE 1:
UTTERMOST'S FURNITURE COMBINES PREMIUM QUALITY MATERIALS WITH UNIQUE HIGH-STYLE DESIGN.
PRODUCT ATTRIBUTE 2:
WITH THE ADVANCED PRODUCT ENGINEERING AND PACKAGING REINFORCEMENT UTTERMOST MAINTAINS SOME OF THE LOWEST DAMAGE RATES IN THE INDUSTRY. EACH PRODUCT IS DESIGNED MANUFACTURED AND PACKAGED WITH SHIPPING IN MIND.
PROP 65:
YES
SHIPPING CLASS:
MOTOR FREIGHT
HEIGHT:
35.50
HEIGHT RANGE:
35-40''
WIDTH:
31.00
WIDTH RANGE:
30-35''
STANDARD STYLE:
TRANSITIONAL
QUANTITY AVAILABLE AT MANUFACTURER:
0
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