Bamboo Directors Chairs

Vietnam Handicraft
Furniture–> Table and chair
Product name: Bamboo Directors Chairs
Description: Durable and captivating, this Set of 2 Director Chairs in Red & Natural Finish features hand-crafted, solid Bamboo construction, offering lightweight pieces for easy carry. The seat and back are made of strong red fabric, while the frame is reinforced by durable hardware.

Bamboo directors Chairs, made in Vietnam


Add elegance and comfortable seating to your home with these attractive bamboo director’s chairs. Your guests will enjoy relaxing on the porch or in the living room in these comfortable chairs. The chairs measure 22″ from floor to seat and 26″ from floor to arm.

Bamboo is an Eco-Friendly material, easily renewable and requiring very little water to grow, making it a great choice for any home. Please Note: Due to natural bamboo construction, item dimensions can vary slightly.
Material: Natural bamboo
Size and design: can be customized.
Made in Vietnam.

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Our service:
– Low minimum orders: by reducing your MOQ, you will save on financing large orders and enjoy more flexibility with your capital investment
– Mixed lots: you can offer your customers more variety and not incur extra expense of huge quantities for each item.
– Complete service: we back your order with our commitment to providing peace of mind to your investment. We arrange all sampling, QC, labeling and shipping, so you can focus on other areas of your business
– Door-to-door service: we can also ship small lots directly to your customers in the world

FAQ:
– MOQ: 100 pcs
– Sample lead time: 5-10 days
– Sample cost: 100 USD/pc.
– Production time:45-60 days
– Shipping cost: give us quantity order, and detail address, we will check shipping cost for you.
– Payment: T/T, L/C…

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