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SET117DONOTUSE Set of 35" Square Table with Small Slats and 4 Brianna Dining Armchairs

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1x Anderson TB035SS

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Category: Patio Tables  |  SKU: TB035SS

Windsor Collection TB-035SS 35" Square Bistro Table with Teak Wood Construction and Apron in Natural Finish


  • Style:Contemporary
  • Type:Bistro Table
  • Shape:Square
  • Frame Material:Wood
  • Finish:Natural
  • Top Material:Wood
  • Umbrella Hole:No
  • Folding:No
  • Color:Brown
  • Series:Windsor
  • Extension Leaf:No
  • Wood Type:Teak


  • Water Resistant:No
  • UV Resistant:No


  • Height:29"
  • Width:35"
  • Length:35"

    Technical Details

  • Weight:50 lbs.
  • Material:Teak
  • Collection:Anderson Teak
  • Assembly:Little Assembly Required
  • Finishing:Natural Finish

4x Anderson CHD709

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Category: Patio Chairs  |  SKU: CHD709

Brianna CHD-709 25" Dining Armchair in Natural Finish


  • Style:Traditional
  • Type:Arm Chair
  • Seat Material:Wood
  • Cushion Included:No
  • Folding:No
  • Rocking:No
  • Swivel:No
  • Stacking:No
  • Series:Brianna


  • Width:25"
  • Depth:25.5"
  • Height:37"

    Technical Details

  • Color:Brown
  • Weight:24 Lbs
  • Material:Wood
  • Collection:Anderson Teak
  • Assembly:Yes
  • Wood Type:Teak
  • Finishing:Natural Finish

Grade A Teak Solid Wood

Best Quality Teak Wood. It is high in teak natural oils which play the key role in teak outstanding resistance to outdoor elements by protecting it from unfavourable weather elements and repelling insects.


Keeping your tabletop flat. Apron is perfect for serving double duty to hold a tabletop flat.

Mortise and Tenon

A very strong and versitile joint! Mortise and tenon joints came out as the strongest types of joint.