A America Dining Room Bristol Point Butterfly Leg Table - Oak/Espresso BTL-OE-6-32-0

Bristol Point Butterfly Leg Table - Oak/Espresso BTL-OE-6-32-0
A America Dining Room Bristol Point Butterfly Leg Table - Oak/Espresso


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Specifications

Length adjusts 60-78 inches. 1-18 inches Butterfly Leaf.

Construction

Material: Solid Hardwood. Hardware: Antique Silver. Finish: Oak/Espresso - 9 and 10 Step Process. Sheen: 20 Percent NC top Coat. Smart Features: Wood On Wood Glides.

Details
  • SKU:BTL-OE-6-32-0
  • Type:Dining Tables, Tables
  • Category:Dining Room, Kitchen
  • Collection:Bristol Point
  • Weight:136.4 lb136.4 lb
  • Volume:10.08 cu ft
  • Material:Wood
  • Number of Leaves:1
  • Table Type:Leg Tables
  • Style:Transitional
  • Brand:A America

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