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Tokyo White High Gloss Extending Dining Table - 160 - 220cm

Rated 4.6 out of 5 based on 11 reviews.

Absolutely beautiful. The table is so solid and heavy. Wipe clean, surface ideal for spills

A classic design, the Tokyo White High Gloss Extending Dining Room Table has been carefully crafted to suit an assortment of tastes. The table expands to 220 cm, which is great for creating lots of dining space. The neutral finish is complemented perfectly by the addition of chrome feet, and at an affordable price, modern dining needn’t break the bank.

  • Tokyo extending dining table
  • Contemporary pedestal leg with modern chrome feet
  • Modern, white, high gloss finish
  • Extends from 160cm to 220cm
  • Central extension leaf stored neatly underneath the tabletop
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Note: To keep your table looking its best, always use placemats to protect the tabletop from hot plates and dishes as well as preventing scratches. Do not use abrasive or corrosive products to clean the table. Wipe clean with a soft, damp, cloth and dry with a soft duster. Make sure accidental spills are dealt with immediately.

Dimensions

Tokyo White High Gloss Extending Dining Table - 160 - 220cm
  • Overall Length: 220.0cm
  • Overall Height: 78.0cm
  • Overall Width: 90.0cm
  • Table Closed Length: 160.0cm
  • Tabletop Thickness: 5.0cm
  • Leg Width: 7.0cm
  • Leg Depth: 16.0cm

Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 based on 11 reviews.
27/03/2017
Julia Smith
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Easy to put together and superb quality. The finish is excellent. Really impressed.

20/03/2017
Saqib Baig
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Very beautiful table.easy to fix and looks beautiful

31/12/2016
miranda
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beautiful table and half the price of others we have seen easy to assemble and very solid very pleased with our purchase

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Tokyo White High Gloss Extending Dining Room Table 160-220
Tokyo White High Gloss Extending Dining Table - 160 - 220cm
£349.99
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