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Robinson Chair by Leathercraft

Robinson Chair Ottoman Leathercraft

2672 and 2673 Robinson Chair and Ottoman pictured with Top Grain Leather Maple Wood Feet 

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Robinson Chair and Ottoman

*Chair Starts at $2399

*Ottoman Starts at $858

With Leathercraft, you can make a statement with something as simple as an arm chair. Take the Robinson- the rolled arms with pop-out panels that are accented with nailheads just exudes luxury and elegance. Add some designer tooled leather to those panels, the outside, maybe the base and voila! You've got a one-of-a-kind chair that perfectly fits your space, and your style. With the 8-way hand tied springs and solid maple frame you can trust you'll be sitting comfortably for decades.



  • 8-way hand tied springs

  • 5/4" solid maple frame

  • Heirloom quality

  • Cold-cured poly foam




  • Outside: H 35″ W 38″ D 39″

  • Inside: H 16″ W 21″ D 21″

  • Arm Height: 24″

  • Seat Height: 19″



  • Outside: H 15″ W 28″ D 22″

  • Priced in your color choice of Quick Ship 'Applause' Leather

  • Custom Sizes Available! Ask about our “By the Inch” program which allows you to order upholstery to meet your exact length specifications.

  • Also Available in a Sectional, Sofa, Highback Recliner, & Easeback Chair.

The Robinson Chair is available through Leathercraft's Quick Ship Program! 

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Appearance, comfort and performance

What is perfect leather? We believe, one that shows the genuine character of the leather hide. Scratches, scars, insect bites, neck wrinkles and brands, verify authenticity. We feel leather should look like leather, not the vinyl table cloth at home when you were growing up. Every piece of Leathercraft furniture is constructed from the highest grade of materials currently available. We engineer each piece to meet your expectations and warrant each piece to do so. All Leathercraft upholstery is manufactured in North Carolina which reduces the urban foot print of the energy used to import product from abroad.

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