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Wood Curio Table

Wood Curio Table

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The perfect accent by chair or sofa, our Curio Table keeps photos, collectibles or other keepsakes safely on display under its hinged glass top. Useful and attractive, our Curio Table is a great value for its durable construction and stylized design. Bottom display shelf. Wood composite with a handsome stain and brown velvet lining. Easy assembly.

• Wooden curio table with velvet lining
• A pretty way to store and display keepsakes and collectibles
• Hinged glass top opens to a soft brown velvet lining
• Open bottom display shelf for additional items

20"L x 12"W x 30"H
3.4 (based on 7 customer reviews)

By Birdy
FromIndianapolis, In.
Good for display, not much else.
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received in a timely manner. Was in good condition.

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By Sunny day
FromSeven Hills, Ohio
Just the right size
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I needed a small width table by the side of my couch and this fit the bill. Then another good aspect of the table was the covered curio lid. I displayed my dad's army medals inside. (It was too small for the folded flag.) This is a very nice table..sturdy and nicely finished. It arrived in perfect condition and the price was perfect. Thanks!

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By whyttiger
FromDanville, CA
needs work
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Biggest disappointment was the lid construction. Glass is held in place with clips at corners. There is a gap along all four sides of the glass. Plus, the lid is tilted when closed, which makes a gap at the top of the lid on the back. My house is not clean enough for this stand to keep my curios dust free. Material inside glass case was scuffed. These marks could not be rubbed out.

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By Snoker
FromMillstadt, IL
Fit my need completely
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I show small model cars in the cabinet. Keeps dust off and protects the models. I'd buy another is they'd pay for shipping. Item arrived quickly and was well protected. Assembly in about 15 minutes. Assembly allows adjustment to legs if floor is a little uneven.

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curio table
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I was skeptical to buy this based on the negative review. However, I decided to get it because I was looking for something to put my father's items in. He had passed away almost a year before I purchased the table. This table was easy to assemble and displayed my father's items perfectly. I am so proud to display his things in such a classy way. I would most definitely recommend. Also it was the perfect size.....not too big or bulky.

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By Sand Dolly
FromPanama City Beach, FL
A Great Little Table
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I've finally found a way to display 47 whole Sand Dollars that we found in the waters of Longboat Key! Not only can I see them from the glass sides of the table as I sit on the couch, I can also see them as I place my purse, keys, etc. on the top of the table just as I come into our beach place. The bottom shelf is big enough to hold several books just waiting to be read too! This little table is the perfect size without being too bulky and taking up a lot of room. It was easy to assemble and I have no problem with the finish. The shape of the top curves out slightly and makes it easy to open. I haven't found anything that I don't like about it as it suited my purposes exactly.

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By kiKi29
FromRoseville Ca
Finish and Color not as Pictured
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Warning to those of you who want the color and finish pictured, don't trust the picture on the website! The finish color and quality of the table I received were not at all like the table pictured on the site. The picture on the site looked like dark cherry or mahogany (or another darker, richer wood) and was rubbed shiny and the wood finish looked richer. What I actually got was much lighter, duller and a very, very phony-looking finish. I'm not happy at all because I thought what I saw online is what I'd get. I ordered this table for a very specific room and purpose and am very disappointed. Another major issue I had with it was the workmanship. Whoever put it together got glue all over the glass and on some of the table legs. The glass was the worst as you could see the fingerprints and smudges on both sides and on all the pieces. And we're not talking just a few prints and smudges. It has taken me and my husband over an hour and 4 different products to get the glue off and we are not even done yet! Still deciding whether to keep it as I'd have to refinish it for the room it was intended. If it weren't for losing my shipping costs, I wouldn't think twice. I'd take it apart and send it back! For reference, If I had seen this table in person, I never would've bought it. And it is definitely NOT worth the full price. The only thing great about this table is that it was easy to assemble. I would never recommend this table to anyone. Am so upset that I'm not even sure if I would order from Plow & Hearth again. That's how bad it is :(

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