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The Tarleton Transitional Chair and a Half, made by Bernhardt,
is brought to you by Janeen's Furniture Gallery. Janeen's Furniture Gallery is a local furniture store, serving the Visalia, Tulare, Hanford, Porterville, Exeter area. Product availability may vary.
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Exposed Wood Leg
A low profiled arm that is set back and pleated add a unique flair to these living room furniture pieces.
Leg / Base Type
Exposed Wood Leg
Leg or Base Description
Exposed wood, turned feet are a classic design element and really add extra style to this Collection.
A full line of top-grain, fully Analine dyed leather products in a variety of leathers, fabric/leather combinations and finishes. A wide variety of fabric combinations and finishes are also available.
Arm Type - Upholstered
Depth (front to back)
Width (side to side)
Height (bottom to top)
Construction & Materials
This upholstery has a reputation for fine craftsmanship. Using long-lasting steel springs, and other durable materials, skilled artisans assemble the upholstery with your ultimate satisfaction in mind.
Made In the USA
Frames utilize engineered, multi-ply hardwood plywood as well as some 4/4” and 5/4” hardwoods. (Certain frames may also incorporate formed plywood in order to achieve certain frame contours.) All exposed wood frames employ 5/4” mixed hardwoods.
Padding & Ergonomics
A lifetime warranty on frames & springs and a 1 year warranty on cushions applies for protection against defects & loss of resiliency if it remains upholstered in original fabric & under normal conditions. Won’t cover damage from abuse or shipping.
Item & Dimensions
Available in any upholstery wood finish.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including sawdust, which is known to the state of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov