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Oak Extendable Dining Table Set with 4 Beige Upholstered Chairs & 1 Oak Bench - Seats 6 - Jarel

SKU: BUN/JAR008/86403 Quickfind Code: 1818550
Was: €1624.59     You save: €95.62
€1528.97
Why buy me
  • Large extendable dining table with textured legs
  • Solid oak ribbed legs create a unique feature
  • Seats up to 8 people – great for entertaining
  • These Colbie dining chairs are upholstered in a luxurious textured chenille fabric
  • Extra large wooden dining bench seats up to three people
  • WxDxH - 220cm x 90cm x 75cm
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This bundle includes:

Large Oak Extendable Dining Table - Jarel

4 x Beige Fabric Dining Chairs-Colbie

1 x Large Oak Dining Bench - Jarel

Care instructions - Please use heat-protective mats & coasters when placing food & hot/cold drinks onto the table to protect the natural oak wood, clean up any spills straight away as oak wood is porous and will absorb liquids.

Need to know

Dining Table Information

  • Dimensions:H75 x W180 x D90 cm
  • Extended dimensions:H75 x W220 x D90 cm
  • Material:Light oak veneer and solid oak
  • Finish:Lacquered
  • Extension mechanism:Butterfly
  • Assembly required:Yes

Dining Chair Information

  • Number of chairs: 4
  • Dimensions: H79 x W57 x D58 cm
  • Material: Chenille fabric
  • Finish: Beige textured chenille fabric with sleek oak legs
  • Assembly required: Yes
  • Range: Colbie

Dining Bench Information

  • Number of Benches: 1
  • Dimensions: W180 x D38 x H45 cm
  • Material: Oak and oak veneer
  • Finish: Lacquered
  • Assembly required: Yes
  • Range: Jarel
 
Key Information
Assembly assembly required
Dimensions & Weight
Item Width 220cm
Key Information
Range Jarel
Dimensions & Weight
Item Depth 90cm
Item Height 75cm
Number of Seats Seats 6
Product Details
Colour Brown
Finish Lacquered
Material Wood
Wood Type Oak
Table shape Rectangular
Extension Mechanism Butterfly

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