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A-America British Isles 42 in. Round Drop Leaf Dining Table
$428.00
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Arrives by Feb 14 32163

Product Information

Overview
  • Dimensions: 26W x 42D x 30H in.
  • Two 8-in. drop leaves expand top from 26W in. to 42W in.
  • Solid rubberwood construction
  • 2-tone cocoa bean and chalk white finish
  • Triple hinges per leaf for durability
Specifications
Dimensions
26 - 34 - 42W x 42D x 30H in.
Weight
72.6 lbs.
Material
Solid Rubberwood
Delivery

Product Overview

Overview
  • Dimensions: 26W x 42D x 30H in.
  • Two 8-in. drop leaves expand top from 26W in. to 42W in.
  • Solid rubberwood construction
  • 2-tone cocoa bean and chalk white finish
  • Triple hinges per leaf for durability
  • Kiln-dried for improved durability
  • Seats up to 4 guests
  • Sculpted pedestal base
What's Included
Table
Description

Add an elegant touch to any dining space with the A-America British Isles 42 in. Round Drop Leaf Dining Table. Perfect for smaller spaces, this round dining table boasts a drop-leaf design that, when extended, can accommodate up to six guests. It's crafted from solid rubberwood with a two-tone chalk and cocoa bean finish. The thick pedestal base is supported by four curved legs.

About A-America

At A-America, Inc., it's all about the wood. A pioneer in the furniture industry, A-America, Inc. delivers solid quality and solid value in solid wood. This company was founded by brothers Fred and John Rohrbach in 1973 as Asia-America Co. They quickly expanded from importing ceramics to antique reproductions and nostalgic oak furniture. A-America, Inc. established itself as a leading provider of high-quality imported furniture. Buying furniture from A-America is making a responsible decision to help maintain a healthier planet. They use solid hardwoods and time-honored craftsmanship to build premium-quality furniture. A-America uses American hardwoods like alder, ash, oak, cherry, and hickory, which reproduce quickly. Currently nearly twice as much American hardwood grows each year than is harvested. The Asian hardwoods A-America uses include mahogany and New Zealand pine. These are plantation-grown, legally harvested, plus certified and controlled under the Lacey Act Standards.

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