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Sauder Woodworking New Grange Dining Table

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Product Overview
  • Dimensions: 57.75W x 35D x 30H in.
  • Solid wood with a pine veneer top
  • White pine finish
  • Rustic, farmhouse-style table
  • Solid, squared legs
Specifications
Overview
  • Dimensions: 57.75W x 35D x 30H in.
  • Solid wood with a pine veneer top
  • White pine finish
  • Rustic, farmhouse-style table
  • Solid, squared legs
  • Comfortably seats 6
What's Included
Table
Description

That rustic, farmhouse style is all the rage, so outfit the Sauder Woodworking New Grange Dining Table in your new space. This handsome table is made from solid wood with pine veneers across the top and a white pine finish that gives it the look of weathered and well-loved wood. The wide top is supported by square legs and comfortably seats six.

Specifications
Product Guarantee
We stand behind all the products we sell, and your satisfaction is our top priority. If you're not pleased with the quality of your purchase, call us at 1.888.880.4884 or visit our Returns Center for more information.

Manufacturer Warranty
This product includes a 1-year manufacturer's warranty.
Return & Exchange Policy
You may return most new, unused, and resalable items for a refund or exchange within 30 days of delivery date.

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Q: what is the height of table from floor to bottom of skirt/apron?
Submitted 3 years ago by Anonymous
Open Reply - Community Answer
A: The height from floor to bottom of skirt is 26 1/2 inches.
Q: Looking at the "Sauder Woodworking New Grange Dining Table Item # HN-SRT348": about how much weight does the table support? I want to know if it would be sturdy enough, for example, to support a thanksgiving dinner for six.
Submitted 4 years ago by Anonymous
Open Reply - Community Answer
A: This table has not been tested for a weight limit, but will hold your dinner for 6.
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