Prepare for game night or extra guests with the Lyre Folding Chairs by Stakmore. Versatile, hardwood chairs are finished in classic cherry. Padded seat cushions feature a subtle lattice design accented with bordeaux dots. Sold as a pair. Seat to floor height is 19". Overall, each is 17"Wx20"Dx33"H; 12 lbs.
• Folds to 7"D for storage
• Elegant, lyre-shaped backs
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The handcrafted, hardwood Lyre Folding Chairs by Stakmore are paragons of convenience, possessing the appearance of fine, permanent furniture, yet perfect to use with a game table or when company drops by. Finished in classic cherry, these traditional chairs have lyre-shaped backs and square legs. Each chair features a folding mechanism that allows it to be easily and compactly stored away when not in use. Folds to 7"D. Padded seat cushions are covered in a jacquard-woven, poly/cotton blend fabric, which features a lattice design accented with bordeaux dots. Furnishings are stained with a water-based stain, sealed, and top-coated for protection. Sold as a pair. No assembly required.
Chairs are made of wood. Seat fabric is 60% polyester/20% cotton/20% polypropylene.
For fabric: Clean only with water-based shampoo or foam upholstery cleaner. Do not use solvents to spot clean. Cushion covers should not be removed or laundered.
For wood: Clean surface with a damp cloth or furniture polish.
This item is shipped to you directly from our manufacturer. The Available date shown is the expected ship date for orders placed today. Items shipped from the manufacturer are sent via ground delivery only. We apologize this item cannot be gift wrapped or express shipped.
Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)
incredibly sturdy. only thing i hate is the fabric. this chair used to have a choice of fabrics and fabric colors. I have one set in blue chenille and one the one featured here. I plan to buy a bolt of chenille and recover it. And I shouldn't feel like that is necessary. But it is.