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Arlington Dining Chair with Arms

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With sleek style and a nod to plantation style furniture, a delightful mix of weave and natural teak

Arlington Dining Chair Seat Pad - Soot

£133.00

Size (cm):
Ref: MG-C8001ST
Weight: 13.0 kg

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Arlington Dining Chair with Arms

With sleek style and a nod to plantation style furniture, a delightful mix of weave and natural teak
About

Unfortunately these chairs are no longer available.

Elegant styled chair taking influence from plantation style furniture, the Arlington Dining chair by Gloster is a harmonious blend of a all weather weave with a buffed teak frame.

The woven seat is in an all-weather weave in an off-white colour.

The seat back is closely slatted teak panelling.

A seat pad in soot all weather Sunbrella fabric is available to order separately.

Try the Arlington dining chair with either the Clipper dining table as shown here or with the Buffed teak Whirl dining table, by Gloster.

If you have any queries about any aspect of the range, please phone our furniture help line on 0345 6052505 where we will be delighted to help you or if you prefer send us an email.

Product Specification

Buffed finish teak frame with woven all-weather wicker seat panel.

Stainless steel feet detailing.

Wicker Colour : Quail

Width 59.5cm
Depth 61cm
Height 92cm
Seat Height 43cm
Arm Rest Height 65cm

Buffed Teak :

Buffed teak benefits from an enhanced surface preparation procedure, where the natural oils already contained within the teak are brought to the surface and burnished to produce a rich sheen and a consistent colour.

Used indoors, protected from moisture and ultraviolet light, the buffed surface finish and the rich colour will endure.

Used outdoors, buffed teak will weather exactly the same as natural teak when exposed to the elements. Over time, the natural teak colour will also begin to fade away and the furniture will gradually weather to a soft, silver-grey patina.

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