Acme is proud to present a new addition to our exclusive Dresden dining collection! This exquisite dining table in vintage bone white will look lovely in your home, with ornate carvings and raised floral motifs on its apron and pedestal base, which ends in oversized claw feet for a sense of grandeur. The matching side and arm chairs feature arched backs and PU upholstery that wraps around the outside seatback as well as the apron for a luxurious feel. Each piece in this collection has a hand-brushed finish that is meticulously applied to create an antiqued look. Complete your formal dining area with matching buffet and curio cabinet with touch light for the gorgeously appointed home of your dreams.
•Round Pedestal Table
•Fixed Top (No Extension)
•Wooden Frame, Poly-Resin Raised Scrolled Floral Motifs, Antique Hand-Brushed Finish
•MATCHING CHAIRS Padded Seat & Back: PU, Nailhead Trim
•Arched Style Backrest
•Oversized Claw Leg
•Matching Hutch-Buffet & Curio Cabinet with Touch Light
•Buffet Drawer: Side Metal Glide Drawer (Full Ext.), DOVETAIL) English Back, Felt Lined
•Collection Picardy: Available in Cherry Oak, Bone White Finish
- KD, Round Pedestal Dining Table
- No Storage
- Fixed Top (NO Extension)
- Raised Scrolled & Floral Motifs, Molding Trim (Poly-Resin)
- Wooden Top
- Wooden Trestle Base with Oversized Claw Leg
- Weight: 155 lbs
- Materials: Wood, Poly-Resin, Wood Veneer
- Materials (Type of Wood): Wood (Poplar), Wood Veneer, Poly-Resin
- Assembly Required: Yes
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