Get great looks for your patio paired with convenience and durability. The Woodard Maddox Stackable Dining Chair features a criss-cross, angled lattice pattern on the seat and back. The seat back has scrolled embellishments and the chair features curved armrests and legs. Even though this chair has charming armrests, it will conveniently stack when you need to move or store them away. Made from a durable wrought iron material, its detail is available in a variety of finishes for the perfect patio color scheme. Wrought iron is built to last, and years of use will make this patio furniture an exceptional value. Shown above in Hammered Pewter.
This item is custom-made to order, which means production begins immediately upon receipt of each order. Because of this, cancellations must be made via telephone to 1-800-351-5699 within 24 hours of order placement. Emails are not currently acceptable forms of cancellation. Thank you for your consideration in this matter.
Hand-crafted to Withstand the Test of Time
For 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 Durability
Each 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 forge intricate detail in the iron.
Fabric, Finish, and Strap Features
All fabric, finish, and straps are manufactured and applied with the legendary Woodard standard of excellence. Each collection offers a variety of frame finishes that seal in quality while providing color choices to suit any taste. Current finishing processes are monitored for thickness, adhesion, color match, gloss, rust-resistance, and proper curing. Fabrics go through extensive testing for durability and application, as well as proper pattern, weave, and wear.