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The Louis Ghost Chair by Philippe Starck for Kartell. Louis Ghost is the most daring example of polycarbonate injection in a single mould and these chairs offer lots of support and surprising comfort. A cult product and an interpretation of the Louis XV chair, we are pleased to offer three of the most popular colours. These chairs are to be enjoyed, not just admired!
93cm (H) x 53cm (W) x 43cm (D)
This item is considered a bulk delivery item, it will be dispatched with a courier and will require a signature upon delivery.
Mainland UK Delivery - £15.00
Please note there are some exceptions in the highlands and islands of Scotland.
While we hope that you’re always delighted with your order, we understand that there are occasions you may want to return items. Simply complete the returns form that was included with your order and enclose it with the items and post back to;
Graham & Green
2 Shield Drive,
West Cross Industrial Estate,
Items must be returned within 14 days of receipt to qualify for a refund. You will be issued with a credit note for any items returned after this time. Please ensure all items are wrapped securely and we recommend that you use insured registered delivery and keep the receipt. We cannot accept liability for goods lost or damaged in transit.
We cannot be responsible for interest charges made by your credit card company whilst waiting for returns to be refunded to your card.
Maintaining your Kartell furniture could not be easier. Simply wipe with a mild soapy solution and buff with a soft dry cloth.
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