Classroom Chair

Was $295

Item #D1303

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Go back to the classroom (minus the homework). This old school–style chair will look familiar to anyone who is a student of the 1900s, with its classic shape and dark, handstained pine seat and back. The pyramidal iron base (clear-coated for protection) couldn't be sturdier, yet has little visual bulk. Even smarter, the backrest is removable if you'd rather use this piece as a stool. Pull it up to a desk or table, and give yourself a gold star.

  • Black-stained pine and iron
  • Removable backrest
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Price $199.99

Sale Price $159.99


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