The Armen Living Cortina and Jackie mid-century dining set boasts an ideal combination of comfort and style that is certain to make every family gathering relaxing and memorable. The Cortina's Black Veneer frame and beautiful top are complemented beautifully by the Jackie's stylish brown upholstery and sleek construction. The Jackie's open back design make the side chair not only appealing to the eye, but perfectly supportive as well. The Cortina/Jackie combination is designed to complement any mid-century dining room decor but features a versatility that makes it work well in just about any room of the house. The Cortina/Jackie set comes with 1 dining table and 4 dining chairs.
- Table Material: Rubberwood, Veneer
- Comes with standard 1 year limited warranty
- Included: 1 Dining Table 4 Dining Chairs
- Ships In: 4 Boxes
- NOTE: Fabric color and saturation may vary due to lighting and monitor/phone screen settings.
- Seat Height: 18 Inches
- Chair Upholstery Material: Brown Polyester
||79.00" W x 35.00" D, 30.00" H (Dining Table) 21.00" W x 22.00" D x 30.00" H (4x Dining Chair)
||Dining Table: 90.00 Pound Dining Chair: 16.00 Pound (4x)
||82" W x 39" D x 5" H (Dining Table) 48" W x 17" D x 24" H (Dining Chair)
||Dining Table: 82 Pound Dining Chair: 45 Pound
|Shipping Dimensions 2
||39" W x 31" D x 10" H (Dining Table) 48" W x 17" D x 24" H (Dining Chair)
|Box Weight 2
||Dining Table: 45 Pound Dining Chair: 45 Pound
|Quantity in Box
||Cortina (Dining Table), Jackie (Dining Chair)
||Dining Table: MDF, veneer, rubberwood Dining Chair: Solid rubberwood, Fabric
||Black Veneer top
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