Acme Furniture Jenneva 7pc Patio Dining Set - 3pc Chair in Night Green Fabric & Gray Finish OT01095-3
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Incorporate style into your outdoor area with the Jenneva 7-piece patio dining set. Give your backyard area a much-appreciated upgrade with this mid-century modern interpretation of an outdoor leisure set. With this set entertaining friends and family on a weekend get-together will be a breeze. It is constructed in an all-weathered wicker finish, details like its metal frame and tempered glass tabletop will not only serve to adapt to any weather or environment but also give it a lasting appeal.
- Rectangular Dining Table
- Tempered Glass Top
- Resin Wicker Frame & Padded Cushion
- Metal Legs
- Tempered Glass: 5 mm
- Upholstery Seat Cushion
- Metal Legs
- Weight: 51 lbs
- Materials: Resin Wicker, Upholstered, Metal, Tempered Glass
- Materials (Type of Wood): All-Weather Resin Wicker,Fabric,Foam, Metal, Tempered Glass
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I just got my pallet shipment and the boxes seem a bit damaged, what should I do?
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