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|Shape: Oval; Rectangle||Design: Table|
|Style: Traditional||Top Finish: Plantation cherry|
|Base Finish: Plantation cherry||Distressed: Yes|
|Base Material: Manufactured wood; Wood||Top Material: Wood|
|Solid Wood Construction: No||Hardware Material: Brass|
|Drop Leaf Top: Yes||Drawers Included: Yes|
|Base Type: 3 & 4 Legs||Legs Included: Yes|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
|Product Warranty: 1 Year|
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Penny from Vermont– Verified Buyer
The drawer is a little stiff, but my husband was able to fix it and the table works just great in my living room. The quality is good and the finish is just what I was expecting. It achieved the look I was after.
henry from montgomery, AL– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
There is nothing about this table not to love. Looks great, works wonderfully and is sturdy adn well built. You will not go wrong with this piece.
Drop end table
Dieva Leyette from Newport Beach, CA– Verified Buyer
Perfect fit for small spaces while able to expand large enough for a sewing machine
Nice to look at, but Chinese quality
LCharms from New Hartford, CT– Verified Buyer
Color of tables is a nice cherry/mahogany red, and the tabletops look nicely veneered. Bought two -- one arrived with one of the support brackets under the folding leaves mounted backwards -- making it *impossible* to fold the leaf down (reversed it myself). (Clearly the tables are assembled on an assembly line without ever being checked before going into the box.) Even installed properly, the support brackets do not allow the leaves to "hang" naturally down -- they stick out somewhat like elephant ears. I'm using them as end tables, so I ended-up removing the brackets that hold the leaves up altogether since I don't need to raise them. The support backets appear very well made and sturdy, but again, don't fold down properly. One of the table-tops appears to have been rubbed with a dirty rag, putting light scratches into it which gleam in sunlight. [...] the leaves chaffed against the center part of the table during shipping, rubbing off the finish to reveal the light-colored wood underneath (solved with a black felt tip pen). The main "box" under the tabletop is made out of veneered particleboard (not "selected hardwoods"). The drawer pull is nice looking from the front, but is hollow, making it feel sharp to the touch. The inlay in the center of the table top is nice, but it appears they stained the rest of the tabletop after placing the inlay, and tried to avoid staining the inlay itself, so the tabletop is also a lighter blonde color *around* the inlay -- not as pictured (both tables are the same). Upshot - from a distance, rendered non-functional by removing the support brackets from under the leaves, the table is sturdy and nice looking. Quality control problems mar some aspects of the table.