Slayden Saddleback Leather Recliner
You'll love relaxing in our Slayden Saddleback Leather Recliner. Its supple hand burnished leather makes you want to keep coming back. The Slayden Saddleback Leather Recliner features an exceptional artisan leather tanned to the highest standards of quality. Artisan craftsmanship and comfort, appealing materials blend together to create a centerpiece of any fine décor scheme. The Slayden Saddleback Leather Recliner is one of the most eye-catching pieces of living room furniture you will find! 100% American Made to the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship!
Overall Dimensions: 40" H x 30" W x 38" D
Arm Height: 25"
Seat Depth: 24"
Seat Height: 18"
Leather Description: Artisan Leathers beautifully evoke this time worn quality, unique to every individual piece, like the originals. To pure aniline leather crusts, already fully and carefully upholstered to the piece, a base color is created with multiple applications of waxes and oils, hand-worked by the leather Artisan. After drying, this craftsman then carefully builds-up the finish with an expert's eye, and touch, to achieve an aged patina in just the right places to reflect the aged qualities only time, wear, and frequent care could have accomplished naturally.
Every individual piece upholstered with Artisan Leather finishing methods is first beautifully built to the highest standards of quality. The leather is then hand-colored and aged to bespeak the loving touch of time, providing a quality antique appearance to a beautiful new piece of quality leather furniture. Every chair, sofa, or bench has its very own unique identity only these hand-crafted methods can provide, reflecting the presence of a time honored past.
Frame Construction: Using traditional hand craftsmanship with modern manufacturing methods to produce frames that are among the finest used in the upholstery business. Each frame is precisely cut and hand assembled using kilned dried lumber. Double dowels are utilized in all structural parts to form sturdy, long lasting joints. To complete construction and add stability to the frame, large precisely cut corner blocks are positioned at each corner where the greatest stress occurs using both glues and screws.