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For a living room with modern sophistication and classic charm there's no better choice than this swivel glider chair. This chair features a crisp square frame with scoop arms both highlighted with tailored welt cords and a border of brass nailheads. To customize the look, hundreds of designer fabrics and additional nailhead finishes are available to best match your unique room decor.
The 003710 Transitional Swivel Glider with Nailhead Trim, made by Hickorycraft,
is brought to you by Malouf Furniture Co.. Malouf Furniture Co. is a local furniture store, serving the Foley, Mobile, Fairhope, Daphne, and Gulf Shores, AL area. Product availability may vary.
Contact us for the most current availability on this product.
Custom Fabrics or Leathers
Leg / Base
Leg / Base
Multiple colors are available to special order
Loose / Reversible Seat with Comfort Soft DPT Cushion
Depth (front to back)
Width (side to side)
Height (bottom to top)
Construction & Materials
Double tie wires on back and seat springs for additional support; heavily gauge sinuous wire seat and back springs for comfort; insulated clips to prevent spring noise.
Made In the USA
5/4 hardwood rails; frames are 13/16 inch laminate hardwoods that have been double dowelled, glued and corner blocked for lasting stability.
Precision tailored by highly skilled craftspeople, creating a sofa you’ll be proud to show off to your friends and family.
Craftmaster frames, are covered by a limited lifetime warranty. Cushions, springs, and sleeper mattresses are warranted against manufacturing defects for five years.