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The Sphere Stool has an 18" diameter and stands 20" tall. The cast stone is a beautiful sandstone and concrete mix offered in limestone, cream, tan, pewter, and terra cotta
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the size and weight of this item (480 lbs), a custom freight quote is required. Once you place your order, we will contact you with the shipping cost. This item does not qualify for free shipping, expedited shipping, discount offers or gift wrap. This stool can only be purchased for shipment within the contiguous US. Made-to-order item. Lead times can vary at certain times of the year. Your credit card will not be charged until you have confirmed your order including shipping. Special order restocking rules apply to returns; see Return Policy page for details. Dimensions: Top: 18" Height: 6" Bottom: 20". Weight: 420 pounds.
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