· Name: Italian light luxury armchair
· Color: Optional customization
· Material: Leather, cloth, high rebound sponge
· Places: residences, hotels
· Delivery time: 30days for customized colors
A square, high and enveloping backrest composes the main feature of the armchair. Its deep seat creates a sense of luxury comfort, which is emphasized by the use of a smooth fabric. This armchair guarantees a place to relax.
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Dimensions are all manually measured, there are slight errors, please refer to the actual product
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购物须知 shopping note
Furniture is a large-size product. Once you have a return or exchange, you must confirm the order information with the customer service before placing an order, including color, size, etc.). Our furniture products do not support unreasonable return and exchange except for quality problems. Pay special attention to foreign orders, the final order please refer to the final PI.Understand that my dear one wants to receive a perfect product. Due to factors such as logistics and manual production, if you receive a slightly defective product, please give us a chance to remedy it. We will deal with it properly. Thank you for your understanding.Regardless of whether it is domestic or foreign, there is no unified billing standard for large pieces of furniture, so please bring a detailed address before making an inquiry, so that the small customer service can efficiently complete the work and shorten your shopping time.
常规情况下默认的贸易术语为CIF（Cost, Insurance and Freight）：成本、保险费加运费（指定目的港），是指卖方必须在合同规定的装运期内在装运港将货物交至运往指定目的港的船上，负担货物越过船舷以前为止的一切费用和货物灭失或损坏的风险并办理货运保险，支付保险费，以及负责租船订舱，支付从装运港到目的港的正常运费。
Under normal circumstances, the default trade term is CIF (Cost, Insurance and Freight): cost, insurance and freight (designated port of destination), which means that the seller must deliver the goods to the designated port of destination within the shipping period specified in the contract. On board of the ship, we shall bear all costs and risks of loss or damage of the goods until the goods cross the ship’s rail, and apply for freight insurance, pay insurance premiums, and be responsible for chartering and booking the vessel and paying the normal freight from the port of shipment to the port of destination.