Acme Furniture Chantelle Dresser W/Granite Top in Pearl White Finish 23545

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SKU: 23545
Regular price $1,848.00
Regular price Sale $2,130.00 Sale price $1,848.00

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The Chantelle Dresser with Granite Top features seven felt-lined pull-out drawers with delicate drop handles and an antique platinum finish. The 1st Avenue collection strives to create a warm and comfortable environment in every home without sacrificing style and sophistication.


  • 7 Drw
  • Granite Top
  • Casegood Drawer: Side Metal Glide Drawer (Full Ext.), Dovetail French Front & English Back, Felt Lined Top Drawer


  • 7 Drw
  • Granite Top
  • Drawer: GLIDE Side Metal (14"" x 45mm Full Ext.), DT French Front & English Back, Felt Lined Top Drawer (without Jewelry Tray and without Cedar bottom)
  • Side Panel 13mm MDF, Drawer Panel: MDF (13mm Front, 12mm Ply Box, Bottom Dust Proof
  • Queen Anne Leg w/Ornamental Leave Detail
  • 66""L x 20""W x 36""H
  • Weight: 201 lbs
  • Materials: Wood, Granite, Veneer (Wood)
  • Materials (Type of Wood): Granite, Wood (Poplar), Wood Veneer (Birch)

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