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Summer Seating Sale

From now until July 31, 2015, we're offering 15% off on Thos. Moser seating.

To purchase, visit any of our showrooms, call us at 800.862.1973, or click to select an item at the right and then click the Add to Shopping Cart button. Sale pricing of 15% off will be reflected at final checkout after entering promotional code SEAT15.

Sale pricing applies to new orders only, and cannot be combined with other promotional offers or discounts. Sale price will be shown in shopping cart after entering promotional code SEAT15 before final checkout. Sale ends July 31, 2015.

Often embedded in the creation of a Thos. Moser piece are unexpected cues from everyday day life. The design and muscle of the Bowback Stool finds its inspiration in the broad seat of a tractor combined with the passenger bar found on the back of a motorcycle. Both comfortable and comforting, these high functioning sources of inspiration are exquisitely elevated in the Bowback Stool to objects of grace and beauty at the hands of our master craftsmen.

Available in a variety of heights, the Bowback Stool delicately pairs walnut and ash, cherry and ash or, more quietly, both seat and spindles in ash. And with our signature wedged tenons joining the seat to the crest and legs for superior strength, every Bowback stool is built to withstand generations of daily use and comes with our Lifetime Guarantee.

About Stool Heights
We offer three standard stool seat heights: 25" stools for standard 36" high counters; 27" stools for taller counters; and 31" stools for a 42" bar height. We also offer our Bowback Stool and High Stool in an 18” height (standard chair seat height) appropriate for a typical 30” high desk/table. If you require a custom height or are unsure, please contact us and we’ll be happy to help.
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