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TRIBECCA HOME Mackenzie 5-piece Country Black Dining Set
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TRIBECCA HOME Mackenzie 5-piece Country Black Dining Set

Item# SPM5986214408 | Model# NA-5171762 | Added on July 12, 2015 | Seller: Overstock.com
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The design of this dining set from Mackenzie captures the essence of a casual country home showcasing an antique black and warm cherry finish. A distressed treatment on the furniture combines new designs with a vintage look.

The pretty round pedestal table and slat-back style chairs are updated in this country dining set by Tribecca Home. Antique black and cherry finishes are lightly distressed for a vintage look, and the back slats of the chairs are interwoven to create fresh modern appeal. The renewable rubberwood construction makes this dining set environmentally friendly.

  • Includes: One (1) table and four (4) dining chairs
  • Color: Two-tone antique black with a cherry finish
  • Materials: Solid Asian rubberwood
  • Finish: Antique black and distressed cherry
  • Seat height: 18 inches

Dimensions
  • Table measures 30 inches high x 48 inches in diameter
  • Chairs measures 40.25 inches high x 19.5 inches wide x 23 inches deep
  • Number of boxes this will ship in: Four (4)

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