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250 Lindbergh Dr. , Gypsum, CO 81637
(One Block East of Costco)
(970) 328-6900

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The Design
The Classic Chic Gold Serving cart features two tiers of safety-tempered glass, ideal for tea parties or even just serving your favorite beverages in an elegant and easy manner. The gold-polish railing is elegant and timeless, and also helps to prevent slipping. In subtle colors and rich neutral tones, this cart will add the perfect touch to your dining room decor.

The Features
Unique accent adds a flair of classic chic style to your home
Metal cart with glass and wood accents
Simple assembly

Product Details
40% Metal
30% Fir Wood
30% Glass

Specification
Measurement:36.1x18.9x35(Inches)
Weight:30.8lbs. Assembly Required: Yes Ship via FedEx: Yes

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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