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MCGUIRE

Crin Dining Arm Chair

Steven Volpe
No. MCM435
Product Dimensions: U.S. Customary System
Width Depth Height
W 24.25in D 24in H 29.75in
Product Dimensions: Metric System
Width Depth Height
W 61.6cm D 61.0cm H 75.6cm
(selected)

Detailed Dimensions

  • Detailed Dimensions
      Product Dimensions: U.S. Customary System Product Dimensions: Metric System
    W 24.25in 61.6cm
    D 24in 61.0cm
    H 29.75in 75.6cm
    Detailed Dimensions
      Product Dimensions: U.S. Customary System Product Dimensions: Metric System
    AH 26in 66.0cm
    SH 18in 45.7cm
  • COM/COL Requirements
      Product Dimensions: U.S. Customary System Product Dimensions: Metric System

Options & Features

Product Features

  • Standard Finish(es): Matte Umber and Matte Smoke
  • Customizable Finish(es): Available in Type I and Type II Finishes (Upcharge)
  • Rattan frame with rawhide straps and bindings on seat and back
  • Burnished brass nailhead detailing on back comes standard
  • Customizable Finishes ship in 16-20 weeks
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About This Product

The Crin Dining Arm Chair is the highlight of the debut collection by Steven Volpe. Asked to re-imagine the Antalya Dining Collection, an iconic McGuire design,Volpe designed this chair in an effort to re-articulate John and Elinor's vision for the 21st century. The Crin Dining Arm Chair embodies the beauty of the debut collection with its soft, matte finishes, thoughtful curves, subtle design details, woven rawhide, and graceful rattan poles. Using the same materials as the Antalya predecessors, Volpe reduced the scale of the rattan, bending it in a subtle but elegant gesture, and contrasted it with dramatic rawhide weaving and graphic brass nailheads; the result is totally contemporary. Volpe named each piece from a source book of antique sewing materials and terms; the naming convention references his respect for old-fashioned hand tailoring and fabrication methods that John and Elinor brought to their furniture, along with their love for fashionable attire. Crin, a stiff fabric, usually from horsehair, was used to provide definition in ancient dress or hatmaking techniques. Available in any of McGuire's Matte finishes including the new Matte Umber; brass nailheads come standard.

About This Collection

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Design legend Steven Volpe has joined forces with McGuire to debut a collection of dynamic and sophisticated pieces that speaks to his background in fashion and his passion for art and architecture. Having grown up in California with ties to the McGuire family, Volpe pays homage to McGuire's heritage by allowing natural materials and textures to speak for themselves; however, his proclivity for technical innovation pushes the limits of natural materials and 21st-century metallurgy. Each piece in this collection demonstrates an evolution of intellectual and classic design, with a modern finish.

All prices are Manufacturer’s Suggested List Price in U.S. dollars. Choosing a different grade may result in a higher price. The price you pay at a McGuire showroom or authorized dealer may be different than the Manufacturer’s Suggested List Price.  These prices supersede previous prices and are subject to change without notice. These prices do not include shipping. Any applicable sales tax and/or VAT will be added to the prices.

Due to differences in monitors, technical factors, and characteristics of some of our fabrics and finishes, the colors shown here cannot be represented with their true qualities and should only be used as a guide. To request a fabric or finish swatch, please contact your local dealer or showroom.

The digital representation of how some fabrics and finishes are applied to a frame should only be used as a guide.  While the representation is informed, there may be differences when actually applied.

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