Discontinued Carol Dining Chair, Cattelan Italia

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Carol Dining Chair, Cattelan Italia

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$645.00

Dimensions (inches):
L: 18 x D: 22 x H: 41.7
HS: 18

Quick Overview

The Carol chair, designed by Emanuele Zenere features an ergonomically curved back that will not only add comfort, but add a tremendous amount of style to your dining room. This luxurious, modern dining chair is constructed of steel, and can be upholstered in any leather Cattelan offers. The exposed steel legs are available in, black, graphite, white, warm grey or chrome.

Price is for Carol Dining chair in Synthetic leather with frame in white (OP71), black (OP17), or graphite (OP69) painted.

The Carol chair ranges in price from $645 to $847 depending on size and material options

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Cattelan Italia was founded in 1979 by Giorgio and Silvia Cattelan who worked with some of Italy’s most renowned designers to offer stunning Italian designed furniture. Today, their son, Paolo, carries on that tradition by working with such designers as Emilio Nanni and Gastone Rinaldi, who have contributed to Cattelan’s award winning collection, which includes something distinctive for every room in the house-or as Cattelan calls it “la Casa Completa.”