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Teak Top/ Stainless Steel Base 48x28 Parsons Dining Table

Teak Top/ Stainless Steel Base 48x28 Parsons Dining Table
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SKU: 187562

$799.00

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The Story

Start with a great base. Top it off with an amazing top. Voila—the perfect table. Stainless-steel frame with a contemporary matte finish supports with clean simple lines. Gorgeous wood top is handcrafted from repurposed teak from Southeast Asia with variations in wood grains, texture and color, knots and other naturally occurring characteristics that add to the distinct character. Seats four.

Part of the Teak Top/ Stainless Steel Base Parsons Dining Tables Collection

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Teak Top/ Stainless Steel Base 48x28 Parsons Dining Table is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not as advertised This is teak, but it is not made of solid slabs. It is only 3/4" thick with a 2" border glued to appear thicker. It is also laminated with a veneer about 3/16" thick to make it look like boards. The pictures on the website make it appear to be a real bread-board construction table. If you look very closely you can see that there is no end-grain on the end-piece...As others mentioned, it is not finished and will require standard maintenance like oil/waxing. The big problem, is that a crummy veneer, there is no real opportunity for refinishing if the surface gets trashed...The frame I got was 304 stainless. It is thin wall box tube, nothing special. Decent welding. The top was misaligned when it was screed down and off about 1/8" on opposite corners.IF this was a solid teak table, there would be about $380 worth of retail teak and about $30 worth of stainless (priced at a lumber distributer based on $23 per board foot. There is no amazing craftsmanship in either the top or the frame fabrication. As this is NOT solid teak, but a poorly glued up veneer, and a false edge... who knows what it is worth... Certainly nowhere near the $1300+ they are asking.I am returning mine.
Date published: 2014-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed. This is not a quality product. The issue is the teak table top. Everything that touches it is absorbed and stains. Instructions for cleaning are not at all helpful. While the table itself is solid, the teak top is a disaster. If you're considering the table, opt for something other than the teak. By all means, the value isn't there for the price charged.
Date published: 2014-08-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from parsons teak 72x42" dinning table good contemporary looking, sturdy, fast delivery, free assembly. table top may not be solid teak, with a thin layer of teak on the surface of the tabletop. Just treated with Golden care Teak shield. Not sure if there will be stain or not yet. Generally speaking, a good product.
Date published: 2012-05-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Instructions are bad We recently bought this table for our kitchen and I was excited when my husband picked it up. However, after unwrapping it we found some atrocious directions and realized that there where screws but NO holes and one of them broke inside the wood.The other issue is that it's really hard to assemble without the holes at the bottom of wood and making align correctly with the base. Our table looks great although it's a quarter of an inch off on one side.The instructions need to be redone and the screws should not come apart inside the table. There needs to be screw holes drilled into the table prior to shipment.
Date published: 2012-04-24
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