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Mayline Santa Cruz Leather Lounge Chair, Black Paint, Almond Lea

$460

Mayline Santa Cruz Leather Lounge Chair, Black Paint, Almond Lea

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Product description

The Santa Cruz lounge Series chair has buffalo split polyurethane coated leather on all seated surfaces. It has a seat that is 19"H. Mayline Heritage began in 1939, manufacturing drafting tables as the Engineering Supply company.  today Mayline is one of the leading mid-market contract furniture Manufacturers in the U.S., offering a complete collection of office furniture, filing, storage, and customized solutions.  Mayline understands you have unique workplace needs, so every effort is made to optimize the environment to fit both your style and your space.

Mayline Santa Cruz Leather Lounge Chair, Black Paint, Almond Lea

Sep. 3, 2021

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