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Sonoma Bar Sidechair

Item Code: 7OG-BSC

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Slide one of these Sonoma Bar Sidechairs up to our Sonoma Bar Table (sold separately) and relax, knowing that you've just selected a sophisticated yet casual piece of outdoor furniture to complement any outdoor decor. Each chair is made from shorea wood, measures 20 1/2" long x 21" deep x 48" high and has an oversized, comfortable seat. Shorea wood has properties quite similar to teak, but is much stronger and heavier without being more costly. Its natural resistance to decay and insects makes shorea one of the most extensively used woods in the outdoor furniture industry. Because shorea wood resists natural elements so well, little maintenance is required. Left outside, over time shorea wood will naturally weather to a warm, inviting gray.  Apply teak oil a few times a year to maintain its natural beauty.

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Specifications
  • Color: Natural
  • Construction material: Shorea wood
  • Measures: 20 1/2" Long x 21" Deep x 48" High
Brand Oxford Gardens
Model SBSC
Shipping Weight (lbs) 30.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 30
Material Wood
Warranty
Oxford Garden offers a one-year warranty against structural failure (provided the furniture is assembled correctly and is subjected to normal use) and against wood rot, and insect infestation. Structural failure after incorrect assembly, variations in wood color due to weathering, roughness, and non-structural cracks or splits are not warranted. Oxford Garden will not be liable for failure caused by abuse, neglect, or the application of paint.

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