New 2010 Lloyd/Flanders Chesapeake Collection
In 1917, Marshall B. Lloyd patented a process of weaving cellulose stands into wicker fabric. Lloyd/Flanders has advanced the original technology producing a continuous strand that will not burr, crack, or peel resulting in a consistently smooth weave. Following the weaving process, the wicker is completely submerged in a resin emulsion and heated forming a flexible coating which provideds protection from moisture. The wicker is then contoured over a sturdy aluminum frame and is completed with Lloyd/Flanders special Durium finish.
New for 2010, is the Chesapeake Collection, a traditional style which exudes Classic Southern Charm. This is the perfect complement for any porch or patio. The arms on the Chesapeake Colletion are elegantly flaired creating comfort with style and character.
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