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|Product Type: Dining chair cushion||Upholstery Material: Acrylic; Sunbrella|
|Sunbrella: Yes||Water Resistant: Yes|
|Mildew Resistant: Yes||Country of Manufacture: Indonesia|
|Product Warranty: 1 Year|
As America's leading manufacturer of teak outdoor furniture, Kingsley-Bate uses only premium quality teak and precise mortise and tenon joinery in the construction of our furniture. Kingsley-Bate is the first American company to use Javanese teak in the manufacture of its furniture.
Kingsley-Bate teak is harvested from carefully controlled plantations, established in Indonesia by the Dutch in the Mid-19th century. Simply put, Kingsley-Bate sets the standard for quality, value and design innovation that other companies follow.
This quality item is custom made for your order. Unfortunately, this means that we cannot accept returns once your order is shipped, so please call our trained staff with any questions you may have prior to ordering - we will ensure that you get exactly what you need.
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KB Nantucket Dining Chair Cushions
Laurel Curve from Santa Cruz
Two orders of Gold Crest cushions later I finally found the 'correct' cushions for my KB set. I originally purchased KB cushions, table and chairs years back. The just ordered cushions and the originally ordered cushions do have differences - which might have something to do with 'time' and 'price point' change. I called Kingsley-Bates and they were really good about sending different 'grade' material samples. I went with what I originally order back in 2000 'premium' grade and I am pleased with selection.
Not what I expected
Potter from Grand Rapids, MI– Verified Buyer
When I bought the cushions from this website there wasn't a description of the cushion (as far as thickness, appearance, etc) or even a picture, it just said that it was specifically made for the Kingsley Bate Nantucket patio chairs that I own. The only thing I could look at was fabric color/pattern choices. I was leary, especially since they were over $50/cushion, but thought they must be nice for that price. When I got them they looked like something I could have bought at [...] for [$]. I thought they would be nice and thick and have some kind of design/appearance quality, but they are a thin, square cushion in shape, on a piece of foam. I only had them out for a short time at the end of last summer, so I am hoping their saving grace is that the fabric is higher quality and therefore won't fade or get mildew. I was dissapointed after paying so much for the cusions, as far as looks, but quality-wise they are good.
Valued Customer from Texas– Verified Buyer