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Piper X-Base Accent Table

SKU#  457831
Was $99.99 Now $19.98
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Why We Love It

Handsome and modern, our Piper X-Base Accent Table is defined by an x-base design resulting from legs that cross at bullnose rings. Constructed with an antique brass-finished mild steel frame and espresso-finished mango wood top, this piece is perfect in the foyer or at the end of a sofa.

Details & Dimensions

  • Crafted of antique brass-finished mild steel and espresso-finished mango wood
  • Assembly Instructions (Download)
  • World Market exclusive
  • Made in India
29.75"W x 12"D x 22.5"H; 18 lbs.

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REVIEWS
Piper X-Base Accent Table 4.3 5 3 3
Nice table I ordered two of these to flank my sofa. I wanted something narrow since the space is limited and these are perfect. They styling is very classic but up to date. The screws were a bit rough thus difficult, but with some work they went in. The quality is nice, not fancy, but could pass for fancy. July 24, 2013
Perfect little table I am a firm believer that every seat in a family/living room should have a spot to set down a nice drink (or book, mag or anything else). This little golden gem is perfect for the space I needed to fill. I had been looking at this table for a while; when it first caught my eye, I thought it would be a great entry console or small buffet table - until I looked at the dimensions. It clearly could NOT serve as either. But it is still such a good looking piece so I just kept coming back to it. When I actually had a chance to see it in the store a few days ago, I quickly snagged it. It's sitting perfectly between 2 chairs - for the lady and gent of the home. PERFECT! July 18, 2013
Good side table but a bit short The table is nice as a side table. It is pretty short though. But I purchased it for $25 so it was okay for that amount of money. I like the color of the wood, but wish the gold color was a bit more yellow and brighter. It was fairly easy to assemble. September 25, 2013
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