built among the Italian countryside - Nestled among acres of vineyards in full view of the Eastern Alps, our Jordan Dining Collection is crafted by a family-run workshop that we’ve partnered with for decades. These signature chairs feature ornately curved backs complemented by meticulously carved legs and scrolled detailing. Multilayered finishes and small finial accents complement the artisan-sculpted woodwork. Each stunning chair takes up to three weeks to complete because of the labor-intensive process necessary to create such a distinctive silhouette.
- Choose from designer inspired fabrics to customize the look of fully padded seats.
- To achieve the gently aged appearance of the finishes, the chair is layered with multiple shades of rich stain, then hand-rubbed.
- Constructed from both beech solids and veneers in order to create a strong base for the unique, hand-applied finishes.
- Beech veneer panels are hand-selected. Due to the textured nature of this particular type of wood grain, splits, knots and slight color variation are to be expected.
- The solid beech back is steam bent to achieve its subtly curved shape. A double layer of beech veneers is applied cross-directionally in order to create a durable and long-lasting surface.
- After sanding the back, scrolling patterns are cut into the wood with a jigsaw and sanded again.
- All joints are corner-blocked and glued, then doubly reinforced with a mortise-and-tenon construction to guarantee years of structural reliability.
- A network of durable rubber (Pirelli) webbing supports the fully padded seat to deliver years of firm yet flexible support.
- The seat is attached with four heavy-duty screws, allowing you to remove the seat for cleaning or reupholstering as desired.
- Jordan Dining Chairs can be customized with 13 finishes included in our Bria Italian Dining Chair Collection.
- Additional Dimensions:
- Weight limit is 275lbs.
- Our wood furnishings are artisan-crafted using sustainably sourced materials from around the world, and the majority of our wood finishes are applied by hand. Due to this, individual pieces may vary in color, pattern, shape, and texture, making each piece truly unique.
- Wood furnishings may display small splits, knots, joint lines, or other organic features. These markings are normal and will not affect the performance of your piece.
- Furniture made from natural wood may move slightly as temperature and humidity cause the wood to expand and contract. This is normal and should be expected from season to season.
- Arhaus furnishings are designed to withstand everyday use; however normal wear and tear is reflective of your care and use.
- For daily maintenance, clean lacquered surfaces using a mild soap, water, and a soft undyed cloth as needed.
- Occasionally dust lacquered wood surfaces with a soft, dry cloth and non-wax furniture polish to keep finishes looking their best.
- Depending on the fabric selected for your upholstery, certain standard cleaning codes may be designated, indicating how to care for it.
- To find the specific fabric cleaning code for your upholstery, please visit arhaus.com or contact any of our in-store or online Design Consultants.
- Spot-clean upholstery using a clean, absorbent, undyed cloth with a blotting motion. Blot from the outside towards the middle of the soiled area to prevent rings. Never scrub.
- Expertly fitted fabrics and hand-finished leathers are hand-sewn. To help prevent these materials from fading over time, avoid placing indoor upholstery in direct sunlight or near sources of heat or moisture.
- Vacuum your upholstery occasionally, using upholstery and crevice attachments to clean up loose particles.
- Before cleaning, pre-test upholstery cleaners for color loss and compatibility by applying a small amount to a hidden section of fabric.
- If you are mixing cleaners, dilute the mixture using distilled water. Be careful not to over-wet your furniture.
- For overall cleaning or to clean any overly soiled upholstery, we recommend contacting a professional cleaning service.
- Avoid placing indoor wood furnishings in direct sunlight or near sources of heat or moisture, as this could cause cracking or changes in wood finishes.
- When assembling your new wood furnishings, avoid overtightening hardware as this could cause cracking in wood surfaces.
- Remove dirt from wood surfaces using a clean, damp, undyed cloth. Dry immediately to prevent marks from forming.
- To prevent moisture damage, wipe up spills immediately with a soft, dry, undyed cloth.
- Do not clean wood surfaces using abrasives, harsh, corrosive chemicals, or care products containing ammonia or silicone, as these could damage finishes and wood surfaces.