Lodenbay Dining Server

SKU:
D751-60
  • Sold Out! - Two-tone
Price:
B$ 1,160.00

Subject to stock availability. Pre order may take about 6-8 weeks.

Product Description +

Made of wood, veneer and engineered wood

Antiqued two-tone finish

3 smooth-gliding drawers with dovetail construction and felt bottoms

Bail pulls and knobs in dark bronze-tone finish

Cabinet doors with inset mirrored glass and decorative fretwork

2 adjustable shelves

Assembly required

Serve up a sense of traditional cottage design with the Lodenbay dining room server. It features a pair of cabinet doors with inset mirrored glass and decorative fretwork. The server's three smooth-gliding drawers with dovetail construction and black felt bottoms are perfect for storing more delicate items. An antiqued gray body and rich deep walnut brown top, along with bail pulls and knobs finished in a dark bronze tone, complete the beautiful design.

Weight and Dimensions +

Weight : 59.874 lb
Dimension : 59"W x 17"D x 36"H

Specifications +

Vendor Modal Number :D751-60
Assembly Required : No Assembly Required
Warranty : 365 days
UPC : 024052794267
Lifestyle : Vintage Casual®
Vendor Colour :
Volume : 26.16 ft3

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