Vintage styling with generous proportions
Equestrian displays a button-tufted back and tulip legs that give it a vintage feel. The generous rolled arm is echoed in the rolled back cushion, and the plush seat cushion promises tremendous reclining comfort.
- Patterned fabrics are not recommended on this style as tufting can cause distortion.
- Open Depth: 67" (170.2 cm)
- Wall Clearance: 19" (48.3 cm)
- Spring Unit: DualFlex
- Back Construction: Attached
- Seat Construction: Reversible
- Standard Seat Cushion: High-Density (HC)
- Optional Tailoring: Contrasting welt. Arm covers
- Wood Finish Options: Florentine. Urban Renewal. Valencia
- Standard Nailhead Trim: Antique Gold (E)
- Nailhead Trim Options: Antique Bronze. Antique Gold. Black Nickel. Soft Pewter
- Control Type: Push-Back
- Reclining Options: Patterned fabrics are not recommended on this style as tufting can cause distortion..
- Control Options: To recline, push on arms and lean against the back of the recliner..
- Product Headline: Vintage styling with generous proportions
*Item colors and configurations may vary. For more information regarding potential product options, please contact our store.
||39" 39 INH
||41" 41 INH
||44" 44 INH
||67" (170.2 cm)
||19" (48.3 cm)
||Manual, Tufted, Contrasting Welt, Reversible Seat Cushions, Custom Nailhead Trim, Nailhead Trim
|Standard Seat Cushion:
|Wood Finish Options:
||Florentine. Urban Renewal. Valencia
||Contrasting welt. Arm covers
||Chairs, Arm Chairs
||30.4 cu ft (0.9 m 3 )
||121 lb (54.4 kg) 121 lb
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