- Product Code: CRAM-1280-TBL
- Availability: In Stock
- Ex Tax: $4,340.00
Beautiful, natural leather defines the Cowboy Recliner. This stunning chair is our number-one selling recliner, and for good reason: it's comfortable, elegant and simple. The Cowboy Recliner boasts luxurious full-grain chocolate leather, tanned in Italy. The leather's deep, rich coloration is accented with bronze nail heads and features a stunning matte tone, indicative of its high quality and extensive detailing. A hardwood frame sits at the center of the chair, which also includes a high-quality reclining mechanism and premium high-density cushioning. This luxury recliner is ideally suited for use in any fine rustic sitting room or living room. It's indicative of the very best tenets of upscale Western design! This high-caliber chair is perfect for use in a modern flat or in a rustic country cabin. It's timeless and effortless elegance, coupled with its unparalleled comfort, makes it a perfect addition to any room where you feel the urge to kick back in maximum comfort. 100% American made to the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship!
Overall Dimensions: 45" H x 39" W x 40" D
Arm Height: 27"
Seat Dimensions: 20" H x 23" W x 20" D
Overall Layout: 71"
Leather Description: A heavy weight Italian leather with a special tannage that provides both the look and feel of calfskin on hides averaging more than 50 sq. ft. The surface of the leather is lightly polished to give the leather a sophisticated, refined appearance. This is a natural full grain leather. The hides have not been altered in any way during the tanning process. Shade variation is normal and areas of hides abosorb dyes differently, so natural dye lot variations will occur.
Scars, marks, and branding are not flaws but rather are proof of authenticity of true full grain leather; what we call "hallmarks of the trail". Leathers will fade if exposed to direct sunlight. This is a pull up leather which means color diffusion and "burst" will occur when worked by hand. If any of these characteristics is a problem please consider a "painted" leather. One that has been corrected and heavily pigmented.
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