Pieracci Side Chair

Tuscan Hills

Piero Pieracci’s life-long dream came true in 1966 in the small Umbrian town of Citta di Castello when he founded his wood workshop. An experienced carpenter for many years, Pieracci’s goal was to produce high quality chairs in the “Rural Rustic” tradition. Pieracci uses only the finest wood that includes Italian walnut, chestnut, and oak; every chair is skillfully crafted with wooden pegs to fit seamlessly together without the use of nails.

Transitional Dining Chair from Tuscan Hills, Model: Toscano
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Model: Toscano

General Style: Transitional

Specific Style: Italian, Tuscan

Essential Properties: Artisan, Handmade

Cover: Removable (Also available in Slipcover, Tight)

Material: Oak (Also available in Ash, Walnut)

Seat: Removable, Wood (Also available in Natural Fiber, Synthetic, Upholstered)

Color / Finish: Brown, Stained

Cushion: Available in Foam

Arm Style: Side Chair (Also available in Arm Chair)

Back Style: Slatted Back

Leg Style: Square

Features: Available in Nailheads

Dimensions: 18" W x 15" D x 41" H x 27" Arm H

Construction: Mortise & Tenon Joinery

Stain: Medium (Also available in Dark, Light)

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