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Home Styles Arts & Crafts Dining Table Cottage Oak Finish

Item# 00805292000P | Model# 5180-31 | Added on January 1, 2000 | Seller: Sears.com
Home Styles Arts & Crafts Dining Table Cottage Oak Finish
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Enjoy Both Style and Comfort with the Arts Crafts Dining Table Cottage Oak from Home Styles With the traditional feel of the arts crafts dining table cottage oak, you can make the dining room the family center of your home. Made entirely from hardwood, the table is finished with a traditional coloring that brings the beauty of the natural environment indoors.
The arts crafts dining table cottage oak is always the perfect size for your dining room thanks to the removable leaf in the center of the table. Without the leaf, the table is 48 in. wide and perfect for an intimate dinner with four people. With the leaf installed, the table widens to 66 in. and can easily seat six or even eight at a time. The perfect blend of classic style and modern versatility, bring this dining table home, for countless meals at a setting you'll love.

  • The arts crafts dining table cottage oak is constructed from solid hardwood
  • Durable design is made to last for years of heavy use
  • Rectangular table shape is perfect for dining
  • Removable leaf means that the table width can change between 48 in. and 66 in.
  • Seats four people without leaf and up to eight with the leaf
  • Rustic cottage oak finish
  • Will require minimal assembly once in the home
  • Matching chairs are available for purchase to complete the dining set
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By Sophieunhappy
May 7th, 2010
this is a poor quality table

We bought this table in November 2009.

At first we were very pleased with the design and the quality of the table.

Over the months the extentions started to deform, and now does not fit the table anymore. A local furniture maker advised that the deformation was due to the wood not being dry when the table was produced. Overtime the wood had dryed and deformed, which had caused for the extension to not fit.

When contacted Sears sent us back to the manufacturer, who sent us back to sears.

After long discussions, no one is feeling responsible for this faulty table. Sears answer is that the warranty was expired and that the manfacturer is responsible. The manufacturer (China) does not feel responsible as well. Neither Sears nor the manufaturer offered any solutions.

I would never buy this table again, and I will actually never trust Sears for any further purchases.

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have it

OK table

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Got the table yesterday.
If you are looking for "Cottage Oak", do not buy this table, since the color is totally different from what is showed here.
The wood is soft, and easy to get scratched. Need protection if you have young kids.
Otherwise, it looks decent. You get what you paid for. I got the table when there is 20% discount, and additional points back. Decent deal.

February 29th via sears.com
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MARC NORRIS
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March 29th
Sophieunhappy

this is a poor quality table

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<p>We bought this table in November 2009.</p>
<p>At first we were very pleased with the design and the quality of the table.</p>
<p>Over the months the extentions started to deform, and now does not fit the table anymore. A local furniture maker advised that the deformation was due to the wood not being dry when the table was produced. Overtime the wood had dryed and deformed, which had caused for the extension to not fit.</p>
<p>When contacted Sears sent us back to the manufacturer, who sent us back to sears.</p>
<p>After long discussions, no one is feeling responsible for this faulty table. Sears answer is that the warranty was expired and that the manfacturer is responsible. The manufacturer (China) does not feel responsible as well. Neither Sears nor the manufaturer offered any solutions.</p>
<p>I would never buy this table again, and I will actually never trust Sears for any further purchases.</p>

May 7th via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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