Baker Traditional Dining Table

$950

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Description

Baker dining table with 3 leaves. Beautiful circular grain pattern on the table top. I'm not sure what type of ... more

Details

Dimensions
54.5ʺW × 45.0ʺD × 29.0ʺH
Condition
Good Moderate wear and tear, but still has good years left
Styles
Traditional
Maker
Baker Furniture Company

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White Glove Shipping available in continental U.S.
Free Local Pickup in Ann Arbor, MI
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Woodcock's in Ann Arbor, MI
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Q & A 4

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  • "Kristina T.: Thanks for your interest Kristina. 1) I'm sure Chairish complies with applicable local regulations, but you'll have to reach out to them to confirm. They use a variety of shippers. 2) They are supported by extending crossbars, quite sturdy (see new photo I've uploaded). 3) The trim piece is separated, and yes something could (and will) get caught on it (see second new photo). Easily fixed back in place with a drop of wood glue and a clamp (happy to do that on my end). Regards, Stephen"

    May 9, 2017, 7:27 a.m.

  • "Thank you Stephen for your response. Few other questions if you do not mind: 1) I live in NYC so charish I assume does ship with shippers who have COIs 2) how are the leafs supported? I have young children and want to make sure that the table would be sturdy enough 3) in the picture of the discrepancies with the ruler, the top left picture. Is that a chip coming off of the table? Could something get caught on it and do you think it is repairable? It is hard to see in the picture. thanks so much!"

    May 8, 2017, 12:51 p.m.

  • "Kristina T.: Hi, thanks for your interest. Shipping is handled by Chairish, it looks like their estimate is $319. There are other shipping options, but nothing I can arrange will be that affordable. Regards, Stephen"

    May 7, 2017, 6:19 a.m.

  • "Hello- I was wondering if you knew how much estimated shipping to NYC would be for this table? Thank you!!"

    May 6, 2017, 2:30 p.m.

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