Seat Height: 15.3”
Weight Capacity: 330lb
Perfect showcase piece in your living room, bedroom or even patio. Not to mention everyday use as it presents an ergonomic brilliance. Made from solid European beech wood this stylish and stable chair reflects the nature of the timber with traditional wood joinery, and no screws. Each full-grain leather seat is sewn and finished off with natural cotton wool strings that you can adjust based on your sitting preference. No assembly is required; just take it out of its box when it arrives at your doorsteps.
WEIGHT & DIMENSIONS
Overall: 29.9” H x 29.5” W x 28” D
Seat: 15.3” H x 15.9” W x 22.4” D
Arm Height - Floor to Arm: 21.9” H
Weight: 19.2 lb
Assembly: No assembly required
- Never use detergents, polishes or any alcohol based cleaning supplies.
- Dust for routine maintenance.
- Do not place in direct sunlight as it will discolor the leather over time.
- If spills occur, immediately soak up any liquids with an absorbent cloth and allow to air dry.
- Thorough cleaning should be done by a leather specialist only.
Composition & Construction
- Our leather and leather upholstered products are constructed from pigmented leather.
- A resin-based pigment is applied to the full-grain or top-grain leathers.
- Dye penetrates the hides, letting the natural grain show through.
- The pigmented top coat provides water resistance therefore requiring less maintenance.
- Markings and shading distinguish genuine leather from man-made materials.
- Wrinkles, scarring, and color variation are inherent to leather.
- The lumber we use is first kiln-dried and then air-dried until the humidity levels are below 18%.
- The environmentally friendly finishing consists of natural oils and carnauba wax.
- Finishing offers abrasion and scratch protection and is safe for (EN 71-3 Certified)
Lycia was a mountainous region that emerged some time in the Late bronze age. It prevailed until early classical antiquity, in the south west coast of modern day Turkey. Lycian people built multitude of city states along its southern border on the Mediterranean coast and left various monuments. The most famous of which are the numerous rock-cut tombs located throughout the Muğla province. According to their belief system the souls of their dead would be transported from the tombs by a winged creature, which is why these impressive remains were placed on cliff edges along the coast.