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Tolten Slipper Chairs, 2 Per Box

Matthew Williams Collection

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Covered in a rich chestnut brown top grain pull-up leather, this minimalist slipper chair functions as a streamlined lounge, dining or office chair. Has rolling casters for ease of mobility. Because leather is a natural product, both texture and color will vary slightly from hide to hide and within the same hide. Seat height is 19". Packed 2 per box but priced individually.
Designer: Matthew Williams
Dimensions: 20 W X 36 H X 28 D (in)
Weight: 78
UPC Number: 792977234686
Fabric Content: 100% Top Grain Leather
Cleaning Code: W - Water-Based Cleaner

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