Elenoire Dining Chair, Cattelan Italia

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Elenoire Dining Chair, Cattelan Italia

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Dimensions (inches):
L: 19.3 x D: 21.6 x H: 43.3
HS: 19.7

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ELENOIRE Dining Chair. Design: Cà Nova Design

Chair with frame in chromed (08) or silber met (14), white (OP71), black (OP17), graphite (OP69) lacquered steel and covered in fabric, soft leather or synthetic leather as per sample card.

Price is for Elenoire Dining Chair L: 19.3 x D: 21.6 x H: 43.3 in Synthetic leather or C.O.M. and frame in silber met (14), white (OP71), black (OP17), graphite (OP69) lacquered steel or titanium (GFM11) embossed laquered steel.

The Elenoire chair ranges in price from $816 to $1086 depending on frame finish and upholstery.

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