Lucky is a brand new chair design available only at Café Culture.
April 13th, 2012
Made in Italy by Talenti, the Lucky chair has been constructed to be extremely durable. The iron frame is treated with nano-ceramic, cataphoresis and powder coating processes to ensure it performs under extreme conditions.
Also available in matching barstool.
Dimensions: 560w x 590d x 850MM H
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