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Delaney Leather Chair


Item #: 727577

Starting at  $1,299.00 Now $1,104.15

Dimensions: 28"w x 34"h x 31"d


Custom made, ships Premier In-home Delivery. You will be contacted within 6 to 8 weeks to schedule a delivery date for this item.

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Product Details

With surprising impact, the Delaney's minimalist roots are reinterpreted into a leather slipper chair like none you've ever seen before. You'll love the deep "look-at-me" seat and curved back. And as if comfort were not enough, the Delaney comes in leather or fabric, or combinations, with the option of nailhead trim.

  • Armless slipper chair design
  • Tight back and seat
  • Available in fabric
  • Custom options are available in Design Centers

Additional Information

  • Interior seating area: 28"w × 23"d
  • Seat back: 14"h
  • Seat height (floor to top of cushion): 20"


  • The dimensions listed are not precise measurements; they have been rounded up to the next whole inch. Our hand-tailoring upholstery involves manually cutting, sewing, and fitting material to frames, the dimensions of each style may vary slightly from piece to piece.


Composition and Construction

  • Seven-ply engineered hardwood panels with glued and stapled mortise and tenon joints for extraordinary stability 
  • Solid hardwood frame has double-doweled, glued and screwed joinery and 1¼" thick rails in load-bearing areas. 
  • Heavy-gauge wire coil with protective coating minimizes body impressions and eliminates seating noises 
  • Web suspension made of top-quality materials, tested for strength and durability, provides long-lasting constant support
  • Foam and fiber fill provides firm support and minimizes body impressions.
  • Horizontal channels in back pillows minimize fill shift and settling. To prevent pressure punctures, nonwoven ticking allows air to escape during use.