Acme Furniture Quinto Accent Chair in Antique Red Top Grain Leather & Stainless Steel 96672

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SKU: 96672
Regular price $1,782.00
Regular price Sale $2,050.00 Sale price $1,782.00

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Go for modern elegance with the Quinto leather armchair. With its sturdy stainless steel frame and top grain leather upholstery, this chair offers luxury and longevity. A rolled top cushion provides ample neck support, making it the perfect place for a quick nap. Ottoman is sold separately.


  • Accent Chair (Medium Backrest)
  • Stationary Seat
  • Padded Seat & Back: Top Grain Leather
  • Loose Seat & Back Cushion
  • Metal Frame Backrest
  • Metal Sled Arm/Leg Frame: Gold Stainless Steel


  • Assambled, Arm Chair (Medium Backrest)
  • Stationary Seat
  • Padded Seat & Back: Top Grain Leather
  • Loose Seat & Back Cushion (NOT Reversible/Velcro)
  • Metal Sled Arm/Leg Frame: Gold Stainless Steel
  • Construction: Metal Frame, Leather, Foam
  • Material: Antique Red Top Grain Leather (Vintage Pattern), NO Pillows
  • 29""L x 48""W x 29""H
  • Weight: 66 lbs
  • Materials: Stainless Steel, Upholstered (Seat), Composite Wood
  • Materials (Type of Wood): Top Grain Leather, Stainless Steel, Foam, Ply
  • No

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