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Goldenrod Ravenna Chair

SKU#  457834
Was $279.99 Now $69.98
$80.00 delivery surcharge  details
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Why We Love It

Reminiscent of swanky hotel lobby seating, our Goldenrod Ravenna Chair perfectly combines modern sensibility with livable comfort. Featuring a wide, comfortable seat and whimsical turned legs, it's upholstered in refined goldenrod, a fresh update on a customer favorite.

Details & Dimensions

  • Crafted of hardwood with polyester blend upholstery in goldenrod
  • Turned, solid wood legs
  • World Market exclusive
  • Assembly required
30"W x 32"D x 34"H; 50 lbs.

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Reviews
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Better than expected Bought a pair of the Goldenrod Ravenna Chairs for my parlor. Was pleasantly surprised by the richness of the color and the quality of the chairs for this rediculous low price. The style of this chair can be used in any of my rooms and goes with Traditional, Victorian and Contemporary. Thank you World Market. January 31, 2013
AWESOME CHAIR, GREAT PRICE This chair is very comfortable. I was concerned about the box not fitting into my car however the staff was very helpful. They unboxed the chair for me and loaded the two chair pieces and the box of legs into my car. The three pieces fit easily into my little compact car. Although you have to assemble the chair, the overall look of the Ravenna chair looks like it was purchased at a high end store. Fabric cleans well. January 17, 2013
great chair, sloppy quality checking... I love this chair. It is comfortable, and looks great in my living/dining room. I purchased the goldenrod harper banquette and arcadia table as well...all the pieces look nice and pull the room together. Unfortunately,on the right side the fabric was pulled in a funky way where the cushion meets the frame. I thought I could live with it but when you look at it straight on, it is so noticable. Probably should have returned it. If not for that issue, I would give this chair 5 stars. October 26, 2012
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