NAVY® COUNTER STOOL WITH NATURAL WOOD SEAT

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First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.

Price $ 1 020.00

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Technical Specifications

Frame Finish HAND BRUSHED
Frame Material Recycled Aluminum
Width W: 18"
Depth D: 19.5"
Height H: 37"
Seat Height SH: 24"
Weight 11lb
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