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Nevis Dining Chair - RETIRING SOON

MC7510.NC $645.00

Cushion : No Cushion
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Description

IMPORTANT: This item will be retiring at the end of August, 2021. Since the piece is retiring, we have not rendered it our NEW paint colors. If you'd like to place an order for this item in a new color that is not displaying or adding properly to your cart, please email customercare@mainecottage.com for assistance.

With its unmistakable Maine Cottage® design, the Nevis Dining Chair has oh-so-generous proportions. As with all of our chairs, comfort and durability are ever apparent. And they are made in America from stem to stern (Betcha thought that was a thing of the past). Stir up some fun and add a chair in a different color for each family member.

Our modern take on a traditional ladder back dining chair. The Nevis painted chair flairs outward up the seat back for added style. Circular cut-out provides a whimsical detail to the colorful dining chair. The seat is contoured by hand for maximum comfort. Sturdy joint construction on the base ensures that this painted ladder back chair will last for generations. 

SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT DINING CHAIR CUSHIONS: Cushions will ship separately unless otherwise requested.

Dimensions

Overall Dimensions: 19.5"W x 21.5"D x 39.5"H

Weight: 25 lbs. 

Seat Width: 19.5"W

Seat Depth: 16.25"D

SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT RETIRING PAINT COLORS

You may have noticed there are some NEW colors showing up on our website. As we introduce our new paint palette, we said good-bye to some older colors too.  If you had your heart set on something you no longer see, please email customercare@mainecottage.com and inquire. 

Color is represented on everyone’s smart phone, laptop, and desktop computer a little differently. While we do our best to represent paint colors across digital screens as accurately as possible, we do not guarantee a perfect match and always recommend ordering paint samples for the most accurate representation.

Seat Height: 18.25"H

Quality, Color
American Made
Craftsmanship
Eco