Zebra Cube

Zebra Cube


Item Number: 7886


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The versatile Zebra Cowhide Cube (2010) serves as a stool, ottoman and side table. Add the optional 2.5'' casters (included), and the Cube becomes a mobile solution that smoothly rolls from one place to the next. Neatly upholstered in cowhide and screen-printed with black stripes, the Cube is made from a full hide to ensure that the pattern is consistent with other Zebra Cubes. Cowhide imported from Italy. Made in U.S.A.

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Cube: H 19" (without casters) W 19" D 19" Optional Casters (included): H 2.5" Diameter 2.4" Wheel Thickness 1.75" Pivot radius 1.75"


Kiln-dried hardwood corner-blocked frame; premium high-density,high-resiliency foam; leveling glides or optional plastic casters (included);full-hide cowhide upholstery.

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