Anna Stool, Cattelan Italia

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Anna Stool, Cattelan Italia

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$782.00

Dimensions (inches):
L: 17.7 x D: 21 x H: 35.8
HS: 25.2
L: 17.7 x D: 21 x H: 39.8
HS: 29.5

Quick Overview

Studio Kronos designed the Anna chair with an ergonomic back that provides a huge level of comfort for those who want to relax after dinner. The Anna chair is available in two heights, with each available as an arm chair. The sleek metal frame is available in grey, white, silver, black, chrome or black chrome. The Seats and backs can be covered in any of the leather or eco leather options Cattelan offers.

Price is for Anna Stool L: 17.7 x D: 21 x H: 35.8 in synthetic leather or C.O.M.


The Anna stool ranges in price from $782 to $967 depending on size and material options

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