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Executive Leather Chair

  • $17,644.35
  • Listed: June 25, 2015 10:21 pm
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  • Street: 6 Stanton Terrace
  • Parishes: Kingston
  • Country: Jamaica

    Description

    Model AM160GEN32
    Condition New

    Comfortable armrests help relieve tension in your shoulders and neck
    Lumbar cushioning helps support your lower back and enhance the natural curve of your spine
    Weight capacity tested to support up to 250 lbs
    Easy assembly instructions are included

    Listing ID: 943558c7ecf6f8ee
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