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Cleopatra Neoclassical Chaise
Hand-carved solid mahogany antique replica
Like the famous ruler herself, our Toscano-exclusive, fit-for-a-queen chaise does a feline stretch in more than six feet of rich ebony fabric upholstery. With deeply hand-carved, scrolled arms and footrest highlighted with gold gilding, this Egyptian Revival work of fine mahogany furniture art boasts the sensuous curves of its fabled namesake and is sure to claim a place of honor among your treasures from around the world.
Call for free fabric swatches at 1-800-525-5141.

75"Wx29"Dx36"H. 77 lbs.
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AF1602
Cleopatra Neoclassical Chaise
Was: $1,750.00
Now: $1,599.00
Freight: $39.00 + standard shipping and handling charges apply
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Excellent Furniture. Comfy and Stylish To each his own. I purchase the Cleopatra Chaise about five Years ago and could not be more satisfied. The Chaise is extremely comfortable and every time I lie in it I fall asleep. The only problem I have is that it is not wide enough for me and my wife. I might just buy another one. It goes well with my other Living room d��cor. Yes the color is different but it is not a class room furniture and my other Toscano furnitures blend in quite well. Toscano..... Thank you. February 8, 2013
gold paint looks very cheap, is not the deep color gold shown in photo, I have bought from Toscano for years and have never been disappointed until now, the Cleopatra chaise paint job just leaves a lot to be desired, I have the Tutankhamen Throne Chair and the Anubis Statue in my living room and both have rich dark gold that looks like REAL GOLD but this chaise looks like it was made cheaply and painted cheaply. It does not match the other gold furniture, the covering cloth looks cheap according to my husband, it picks up all the dust in the room which I guess is just up to personal preference. However I wish I had known the paint job was not going to be up to par before I bought it. Going to try to have someone repaint it a darker, more appropriate gold, its more like yellow paint according to my son and his friends. January 25, 2013
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