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Woodard Maddox Crescent Sofa
Woodard Maddox Crescent Sofa
Additional features:Transitional design with lattice-weave patternSeat height: 14.5 inchesWeight: 127 lbs.Weight capacity: 750 lbs.Ships fully assembledSunbrella fabric has 5 year fade warrantyFrame and finish has 15 year warrantyNothing adds an inviting feel and upscale charm to your outdoor seating area like the Woodard Maddox Crescent Sofa. With clean lines and a smart, transitional design that goes beautifully with most outdoor settings, this sofa's unique curved shape promotes conversation and makes it easier for you to talk to the people sitting next to you. The lattice-weave seat and back, along with the Sunbrella seat and back cushions, will envelop you and your friends in sheer luxury, while plush arm cushions offer added comfort as you sit back and catch up over a cup of coffee. Constructed of fully-welded wrought iron, this sofa is available in a choice of powder-coated finishes, which will not rust, peel, or blister even after years of use. And since wrought iron furniture is heavier than aluminum, it stays put even in the face of strong winds and makes a great choice for windier locations. Made by Woodard, the leader in outdoor wrought iron furniture, this crescent-shaped sofa is sure to be a part of your patio decor for years to come.Woodard: Hand-crafted to Withstand the Test of TimeFor over 140 years, Woodard craftsmen have designed and manufactured products loyal to the timeless art of quality furniture construction. Using the age-old art of hand-forming and the latest in high-tech manufacturing, Woodard remains committed to creating products that will provide years of enjoyment.Superior Materials for Lasting DurabilityEach piece in the Classics Collection is hand-formed using solid wrought iron stock: the heaviest available. The technique used to create Woodard wrought iron furniture has been handed down from generation to generation. To this day, expert workers use anvils and hammers to