Hickory Upholstered Back Arm Chair
The Hickory Upholstered Back Arm Chair is constructed by hand using mortise and tenen joinery and bark-on Hickory logs that have been kiln dried to the perfect moisture content. A clear coat finish is applied to preserve the natural beauty and add durability to the Hickory logs. Our manufacturer is located 1 hour away from cabinplace.com, which gives us an Exclusive relationship that ensures your furniture will live up to our high standards - and yours.
Choose from a large selection of upholstery fabrics click here to view fabric swatches.
Type your fabric selection in the Comments Section on the last page of the checkout process.
Measures - 26"W x 21"D x 38"H
Includes Standard Fabric
Upgrade Fabric Extra Cost
- Limited Lifetime Warranty against manufacturer defects.
- All hickory logs are bark on and kiln dried to a specific moisture content.
- Clear-coat catalyzed lacquer finish for extra durability.
- Individually handcrafted.
- Variety of fabrics available.
- Upholstered seat and backrest for superior comfort.
Ships directly from the manufacturer - please allow 4 - 6 weeks. Cannot ship to Alaska or Canada.
This item does not qualify for Free Shipping Promotions that are periodically run. All furniture will ship by freight truck or UPS/FedEx Oversized Delivery (unless otherwise noted). Furniture orders require additional freight charges due to the size and weight of these products. Charges can vary from 10% to 30% of the cost of the furniture depending on your location. We will email you the exact amount of the freight charge in 1 business day after your order is placed. Your order will not be processed until you have received this freight quote and it is authorized by you.
Your furniture will ship directly from the manufacturer. We will provide you with the shipping information as soon as it is available from the manufacturer. The freight carrier will schedule a delivery time with you and provide curbside delivery service. The customer is responsible for moving the furniture into the house. The customer should inspect the merchandise for damages prior to signing the bill of lading for merchandise shipped via a freight carrier. Once the bill of lading is signed the customer owns the merchandise and is responsible for any damages. Some assembly may be required - installation instructions will be provided and are relatively easy.