can you tell me the weight of this chair, please? lovely!
I use this chair at a kitchen desk & occasionally for an extra dining chair. It is lovely, but my only complaint is that the back is not attractive, & when it's placed at the desk that's what you see!...
Jabalpur Dining Chair Copper (India)
This dining chair is finished in beautiful copper and features a beautiful cross back design. This chair includes foot pads for protection of your floors.
ITEM#: 14260945This dining chair is finished in beautiful copper and features a beautiful cross back design. This chair includes foot pads for protection of your floors.
- Materials: Iron
- Finish: Copper Finish
- Cross back design
- Includes foot pads to protect floors
- Seat dimensions: Seat height is 18 inches
- Dimensions: 36 inches high x 18 inches wide x 20 inches deep
Story Behind the Art:
This product was created in Northwestern India. Once the British removed its armed forces from the region in the late 40s, a majority of the industries available for the local economy disappeared with them. People went back to the traditional crafts and furniture manufacturing that they had known for generations. Several hub cities of industry have flourished, creating numerous, sustainable, and stable jobs for the people of the surrounding villages, to augment the time in between harsh growing seasons.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.
|Chair Type||Accent Chairs|
|Accent Type||Accent Jars|
|Chair Back Height||Standard|
|Furniture Frame Material||Metal|
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I use this chair at a kitchen desk & occasionally for an extra dining chair. It is lovely, but my only complaint is that the back is not attractive, & when it's placed at the desk that's what you see!Read More
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These chairs weigh approximately 20 pounds.
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