Hollywood Regency Classic
The Loop armchair in soft gray lacquer in is a Hollywood Regency classic and frequent choice of leading designers all over the world. The design is an homage to original Chinoiserie Chairs made by a contemporary of Thomas Chippendale's in 1768 and Frances Elkins's 1930s tastemaker reinvention.
The solid mahogany frame is super substantial, while the open design is lyrical and light. Details include delicately pierced legs and rhythmic, looping fretwork. Description:
- Hand-Carved Mahogany
- Luscious Lacquer
- Drop-in Linen Upholstered Seat Cushion
General Information on Cleaning and Care
Dust and dirt are the enemy of clear, like-new, finishes. The best way to keep your purchase looking its best is to clean it frequently with a dry cloth. Beyond this general advice, follow these basics for years of beautiful use:
- Keep purchases dust-free. Blot stains and liquids. When you need deeper cleaning, use a lightly damp cloth.
- Keep your purchase in a stable temperature and away from direct sun.
- Do not use any caustic chemicals or abrasives. Stay away from harsh cleaners like alcohol, acetone or ammonia. Only use glass cleaner on glass.
This order ships to you by Common Carrier. We are pleased to offer free shipping on orders over $3500 which is automatically given at checkout if your order qualifies. Orders less than $3500 ship at $195 per freight shipping item.
Freight shipments come with some customer expectations to keep the insurance on your order valid. Higher service levels are available (called white-glove delivery), at higher costs. Freight shipments are more of a business-to-business than business-to-consumer experience and trucking can be more rough and tumble than many consumers expect.
Delivery times for in-stock merchandise are usually under 3 weeks to your door. These dates include 7-10 business days for order processing to leave the managed warehouse and 2-7 business days on a truck to reach your delivery location.
Basic Service Level Agreement
Our basic shipping level agreement with the freight company