By rotating the seat, the chair's height can be smoothly adjusted from 21" to 33" and ring locked (standard dining table height to bar height). These chairs are extremely comfortable and feature elegant gray velvet upholstery yielding a unique chair that combines vintage industrial with farmhouse luxury.
Overall Dimensions (inches): 23W x 23D x 35-47H
Seat Height (inches): 21 to 33 (12-inch vertical range)
* Cast iron and steel base with distressed black-iron finish (satin sealer)
* High-grade gray velvet upholstery with padded foam seat cushion
* Hight adjustable seat with sturdy footrest
* Dome-top rivets accent the chair's base
* Net Weight 77 lbs. each
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