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Madera Cocktail Table with a Movable Glass Top and Wood Base
SKU 16770
Madera Cocktail Table with a Movable Glass Top and Wood Base

MSRP:  $965  SALE  $599 (free delivery)

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The Occasional collection presents a Madera Console Table that features brown stained wood veneer base. This Coffee Table with an elegant design fits any living room collection. Pick up your own Coffee Table today before your friends do! It has a clear tempered glass tops, along with a black tempered glass bottom. This variety adds to the elegance of this piece. This stylish table is both unique and charming, and it would make a great addition to your home!

Highlights:
  • Can be rotated freely
  • Clear tempered glass tops
  • Black tempered glass bottom
  • Brown stained veneer legs
  • elegant design to fit to any living room
Measurements: 35.5" (50) W x 35.5" D x 15.5" H



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No Sales TaxSince we have multiple location throughout the United States, the order could be shipped from the warehouse located in different state from your shipping address. This way Prime Classic Design Inc. can pass an additional 5-9% off to all the customers. Sales tax is only charged if furniture shipped outside the Contiguous 47 States or to California. International orders are subject to taxes and custom fees in the country in which items are delivered.




Madera Cocktail Table with a Movable Glass Top and Wood Base

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 04 April, 2012.

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