Kelly Oval Back Dining Chair Linen Threshold

Add the Kelly Oval-Back Dining Chair from Threshold™ to bring classic style to your kitchen or dining room. This armless dining chair features a hardwood frame a padded seat and a matching oval backrest for added depth and elegance. The light-brown w ...

Kelly Oval Back Dining Chair Linen Threshold

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Add the Kelly Oval-Back Dining Chair from Threshold™ to bring classic style to your kitchen or dining room. This armless dining chair features a hardwood frame a padded seat and a matching oval backrest for added depth and elegance. The light-brown wooden chair is supported on square legs for additional flair while the textured fabric upholstery enhances the graceful look. Add two to complete a coordinated set. Size: Assembly required - Online Unique. Color: Linen. Pattern: Solid.

Amazon Customer: It's perfect for one cup of tea. If looking to use for a whole kettle, it's a bit small so find the larger size.

Amazon Customer: This product was constructed so cheaply that it came apart even before first use. The latching mechanism is held on by a rivet which was not strong enough to hold the latch on. All I did was pick it up by the chain and it pulled off. Probably this was just a random event, but quality control is non existent apparently, and even if it was "normal" I could not say it is constructed well. Buy this where it is easy to return, and plan on replacing often.UPDATE: The company "FAT CUPID" where I purchased this via Amazon.com did not reply to emails through Amazon requesting return or replacement. I advise avoiding them.

Amazon Customer: After making about five pots of tea, the hinge broke necessitating manual placement of the clamp. Shortly thereafter the chain broke. This is a bit of shoddy junk that shouldn't cost more than a buck; at this price, a one star rating is in order.

Amazon Customer "JanetD": This mesh tea ball is really great. I love that I no longer have to use the spoon type tea infuser. This is so much easier to use and it really makes a great tea, because the tea is literally brewing from all sides. I thought at first glance that the mechanism that locks the tea in place might break since it seemed flimsy, but it has really held up nicely.

AmazUser: I've used various tea strainers/infusers over the yrs, and this is by far the most flimsy. I have a similiar one (not this brand)that I've had for over 5 yrs. This one looked just like the one I wanted to replace. But this one is much more cheaply made, and the 2 sections can not be secured tightly enough. I returned it.

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