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5052-118 Homelegance Thrumont 7pc Dining Collection

5052-118 Homelegance Thrumont 7pc Dining Collection

$1,699.95

Stately in design and presence, the Thurmont Collection provides a timeless statement to your formal dining room. Acanthus leaf carvings provide a continuous theme throughout the collection -featured on the china, table and chairs. Cherry book-match veneer provides a classic look to the table top as do the elegantly curved legs. Routing is featured prominently on the accenting chairs, flowing with each curve. The chair backs have an overlay wood design that highlights the richly toned hues of the chair’s fabric. Serving as a grand focal point, the china’s arched top and decorative beveled glass serve to display your tabletop accessories. Finally, a rich cherry finish adds to the overall design of the Thurmont Collection.

Includes: Table, 6 Chairs

Dimensions
Dining Table(5052-118), 44 x 82-100-118 x 30H
Arm Chair(5052A), 26 x 26 x 43.75H
Side Chair(5052S), 22 x 26 x 43.75H

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In-Home Delivery – $69

If you live in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex we will deliver the furniture inside your home or apartment.  

White Glove Delivery Service – $129

Assembly is offered on all of our products for a flat rate of $129 per order. 

No matter how many items are on your order, we charge only one flat fee.

Dox Furniture offers a Six Month limited warranty all of its furniture covering manufacturer defects in workmanship and material.

In the event a defect that is covered by the warranty is found, Dox Furniture will, at its discretion, repair or replace the defective part.

The Dox Warranty is effective from the date of delivery and does not cover the cost of labor and transportation.

      *Labor and Transportation Costs $50 per hour

      *Cost of Replacement Parts $0

 

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