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Item No. 10008374

1966 Serving Cart Cover

C$ 985.00
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 10008374

1966 Serving Cart Cover

C$ 985.00
White
Available to ship in:
  • Tailored cover.
  • Protects against moisture, mildew, abrasion, and sun exposure.
  • Concealed velcro ties.
  • 26¼" H 23½" W 39" D
Detailed Dimensions

Shipping Options

  • Ships via FedEx

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5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Richard Schultz for Knoll®
Manufacturer SKU:
1966 Serving Cart Cover
C$ 985.00

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Details

Protect your 1966 Collection in the offseason with tailored furniture covers. Made to ward off the elements year-round, these covers are constructed of tough vinyl-coated nylon designed specifically for outdoor use. They’re breathable; resistant to water, mildew, abrasion, and sun exposure; and easy to clean.
  • Tailored cover.
  • Protects against moisture, mildew, abrasion, and sun exposure.
  • Concealed velcro ties.
Brand
Knoll®
Collection
1966 Collection
General Dimensions
  • 26¼" H 23½" W 39" D
Product Weight
2 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Cover - 1966 Collection Serving Cart

Cover - 1966 Collection Serving Cart

  • Height (in): 26¼
  • Width (in): 23½
  • Depth (in): 39
  • Weight (lbs): 2
  • Vinyl-coated nylon with velcro ties

Richard Schultz

For half a century, Richard Schultz has been designing outdoor furniture, first at Knoll, where he assisted Harry Bertoia and developed his own lines, and after 1972 as a freelancer. He later launched his own collection that included his reissued Knoll classics, including the Petal Table and Leisure Line chaise on wheels, plus new designs such as the Café 2000 Chair and Topiary Chair.

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