Mandeville Chair

A. Rudin
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Mandeville Chair

$3,995 Gilt
Color:
off white
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Delivery Charge: $150
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Return Policy: This item is final sale and non-returnable.
Description
At a Glance
Designer

Mandeville Chair:

  • Transitional piece suitable for a contemporary or more traditional interior
  • Solid hardwood frame and hand tied springs
  • Back cushion of channeled white goose down and feather
  • Seat cushion contains spring flex core inside a white goose down and feather envelope
  • Upholstered in an off white Belgian linen
  • Wood base has a coffee bean finish
  • Measures 32 inches in length by 39 inches in width by 37 inches in height
  • Spot clean only

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Material: Solid hardwood, Belgian linen

Brand: A. Rudin

Origin: United States

With symmetry and balance as her guide, Alexa Hampton’s modern take on traditional is rooted in the classics. Right-sized pieces—like a detailed upholstered ottoman, elegant tufted chair, and richly glazed garden stools—allow for a harmonious marriage of classical forms in vibrant hues.

A. Rudin furniture designs each chair, sofa, couch or bench in its top-tier collection to be both timeless and durable, perfect for livable luxury in the home or office. A. Rudin’s modern eye and old-world craftsmanship effortlessly mesh classic and contemporary styles, with hand-finished hardwood frames and hand-tufted fabric upholstery. The family-owned business has been based in Los Angeles for four generations, creating quietly elegant furniture all the while. The secret that really sets A. Rudin apart is that it escapes stuffy formalism entirely: While these pieces are undeniably elegant, they also possess an accessible, durable quality that makes them investments you can actually live with.