|Item Weight||60 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||26.5 x 35 x 27 inches|
|Item model number||EEI-565-BLK|
|Assembled Height||29.5 inches|
|Assembled Width||30.5 inches|
|Assembled Length||37 inches|
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Charles Grande Armchair in Black
|Price:||$449.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
- Mid-Century Modern Armchair
- Genuine Leather Seating Surface
- Tubular Stainless Steel Frame
- Foot caps to prevent scratching
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Top Customer Reviews
This is a truly iconic design. Yes, this chair is a knockoff. The real thing will set you back many times what this chair will cost you.
It is, however, a very good knockoff.
The chair came well packaged. Wooden frame around a heavy cardboard box. The chair comes fully assembled, wrapped in a layer fabric over a layer of foam.
The chair itself looks to be very high quality for the price. The metal portions look good. Nice and shiny with no obvious bad welds. The leather is a nice flat black with nice texture. Overall, the chair looks great.
It's also comfortable. I'll note here that there are two different versions of this chair. The LC2 and LC3. The LC3 is lower and wider and has an integral seat cushion (rather than a separate one). My wife thought the chair was extremely comfortable. She thought it looked horribly uncomfortable, until she sat in it. She mentioned that the back sat at just the right spot to support her lower back. She's 5'6".
I find it fairly comfortable. Not bad, not great. I wish the back came up another 3 or 4 inches. I'm 5'8". The seat is plenty wide. The arms are at a good height. I'm willing to give up a little comfort to get the looks.
Overall, a great chair. May not feel right for the taller folks though.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lovely reproduction, a great sofa for smaller spaces. Only wish the legs were adjustable for uneven wood floors in
a vintage cottage! Read more
Nice sofa, slightly out of balance on the feet. Wool feels nice, metal is well polishedPublished 18 months ago by Elise
Looks fine but does not compare to original Corbusier in either quality of leather or construction. I guess you get what you paid for.Published 24 months ago by Heather Perchaluk