The Kersey swivel glider recliner is the ultimate in reclining comfort and versatility. Stylishly designed to appear as a club chair, the easy to use inside handle unveils the relaxing surprise. Whether its for your living room, nursery, or favorite reading nook, the Kersey recliner is the most ideal sitting spot. Made in the USA with superior craftsmanship, the Kersey swivel glider recliner features kiln-dried hardwood frame parts, heavily reinforced joints and premium cushioning fibers for long lasting comfort. Available in over 700 fabrics, and built in one of the industry's shortest special order lead times, you'll have your style and your seat in no time.Cover Choices
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For customers residing outside our local delivery area, included in our nationwide shipping price is shipping to the contiguous lower 48 states. For customers who indicate that they reside in our local delivery area, we provide free local in-store pickup. For our local customers who would like their items delivered by one of our local delivery teams, our customer service team would be happy to arrange that for you.
Items that are not indicated as "In stock" or "Express Shipping" may need to be ordered. We order inventory regularly, and we work with manufacturers to get our products delivered in a timely manner, but please be aware it can take 8-10 weeks for inventory to arrive. If you have questions about the availability of an item, please call 605-348-5100 and our customer service team would be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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