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Royal Teak Helena All-Weather Wicker Stacking Arm ChairRoyal Teak Helena All-Weather Wicker Stacking Arm Chair

Royal Teak Helena All-Weather Wicker Stacking Arm Chair

WickerFurniture.com

$228

Fresh look, old idea. The Royal Teak Helena All-Weather Wicker Stacking Arm Chair delivers the comfort and beauty of wicker without the hassle of weather-related wear. Constructed with robust resin wicker, this stackable arm chair resists rot, moisture, and wear and doesn't need to be refinished - ever. The classic weave takes on a new aesthetic with sloping seat aprons and gently curved backs. Teak armrests add a touch of authenticity - and durability - to the chair while boosting your relaxation.Choose from a selection of wicker colors to fit your personality. A comfortable seat cushion is included. The black and honey options come with an off-white cushion, and the white option comes with a black cushion.About TeakTeak wood is universally recognized for its quality, durability, and beauty. Teak is a very hard, densely grained wood with high oil content. The unique combination of these characteristics makes teak naturally resistant to moisture, rot, warping, shrinking, splintering, insects, and fungus. It is considered the ideal wood for outdoor furniture.If left untreated, teak weathers naturally to a beautiful silver gray color. The weathering process will change the color, but the grain will still be smooth. There will be no splitting or splintering. You may treat each piece of your set with teak oil if you wish to retain the original wood color.