Durable embossed lacquered finish MDF top with seamless undercut rounded edge
White lacquered steel
Avoid abrasive cleaners or scourers
Clean with damp soft cloth rinsed in soapy lukewarm water
Wipe with dry soft cloth
5 Year structural warranty
Table top: 71" L x 39" W
Overall Dimensions: 71.63" L x 39.38" W x 29.12" H
Dizzie Dining Table Base with Column
Oval Dining Table Top
39" W x 71" D
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Arper's vision aims at improving the quality of life by paying attention to quality, safety and the environment. They offer seating and table solutions that make your living spaces more welcoming, adding style and comfort to your day, whether in the office or at home.
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