Portolone Harp Back Side Chair
A modified harp back that is a little more casual than its traditional predecessors.
Made of Solid Alder and select hardwoods, Portolone blends timeless styles from the wine regions of Italy. The collection features all of the elements that make up the essence of Kincaid Furniture from its solid wood construction to the hand-rubbed finish. The traditional lines of Portolone are given a casual sensibility through careful details such as hand-hewned wood tops, hand-burnished edges, and the soft patina from the waxing lacquer finish. The look is completed with custom hardware in a Roman bronze finish, with dark Emperador marble available on select items. In addition to modern features like our adjustable soft-close drawer glides, Kincaid utilizes the best of the old-world construction techniques. Such features include English Dovetails, mortise and tenon construction, floating tops and panels, full dust proofing, and multi-step hand-rubbed finishes.
Body Depth: 27.0
Body Height: 43.38
Body Width: 22.0
Additional dimension details can be found within the Dimensions and Resource tabs above.
Design Elements and Features
Care and Cleaning of Finish
Finishes are naturally resistant to minor everyday hazards or accidents, however, some precautions are necessary to maintain the beauty of wood furniture.
Dust with soft cloth slightly moistened with water. Always rub in the direction of the wood grain.
Do not place beverages directly on furniture.
Furniture should not be placed in direct sunlight.
Remove any spills or smudges immediately.
Harp back, upholstered seat
Seat Height: 19 1/2"
Seat Depth: 18 3/4"
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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