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Monarch 60 in. TV Console with Tempered Glass
Starting at
$247.00
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Arrives by Feb 7 32163

Product Information

Overview
  • Dimensions: 59W x 16D x 16H inches
  • Made of hollow core board, laminate, particle board, and tempered glass
  • Available in your choice of finish
  • Accommodates flat-panel TVs up to 60 inches
  • Two shelves for TV components (glass shelf is not adjustable)
Specifications
Dimensions
59W x 15.75D x 15.75H in.
Weight
62 lbs.
Material
Particle Board
Hollow Core Board
Tempered Glass
Delivery

Product Overview

Overview
  • Dimensions: 59W x 16D x 16H inches
  • Made of hollow core board, laminate, particle board, and tempered glass
  • Available in your choice of finish
  • Accommodates flat-panel TVs up to 60 inches
  • Two shelves for TV components (glass shelf is not adjustable)
What's Included
TV console
What's Not Included
TV
Electronics
Description

All it takes to modernize your space is the addition of the beautiful Monarch 60 in. TV Console with Tempered Glass. This chic console is constructed of durable hollow-core board, particle board, tempered glass, and laminate in your choice of finish. It accommodates televisions to up 60 inches and is a showpiece in any style room. Two center shelves offer a sleek space to store your electronic components like cable boxes and DVD players without cluttering the space. The tempered glass shelf is not adjustable. This high-fashion console’s sleek design gives a clean, sophisticated look to your space, no matter what you’ve got on the screen.

 

Proposition 65 WARNING(S) - For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov
This product can expose you to chemicals including Formaldehyde, which is known to the State of California to cause: cancer.
About Monarch Specialties

Wilbur Berger established Monarch Glass in 1950 on Rachel Street in Montreal, providing quality custom mirror and glasswork for both retail stores and the home. Understanding that there was more business with glass, Monarch started manufacturing and then diversified to importing mirrors and frames. Currently, the company is centered in Quebec, where it is a leader among furniture importers and distributors, focusing on fashion forward designs and impeccable customer service.

Wilbur Berger established Monarch Glass in 1950 on Rachel Street in Montreal, providing quality custom mirror and glasswork for both retail stores and the home. Understanding that there was more business with glass, Monarch started manufacturing and then diversified to importing mirrors and frames. Currently, the company is centered in Quebec, where it is a leader among furniture importers and distributors, focusing on fashion forward designs and impeccable customer service.

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