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Monarch Specialties Octagon Shape Pedestal Accent Table, 22-Inch, Mirrored

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  • Wood and mirror construction
  • Assembly required
  • Reflects light to add sparkle and drama to any décor

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Product Description

Bring vibrancy into your living room with this mirrored accent table. Its intricate octagonal shape and delicate details are sure to catch anyone's eye. Its sturdy pedestal base provides full support, allowing you to place picture frames, vases and decorative pieces on its smooth mirrored surface. Don't wait to add this must-have table to your home.

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Technical Details

Item Weight 28.6 pounds
Product Dimensions 21.5 x 26.5 x 21.5 inches
Item model number I 3704
Assembled Height 13 inches
Assembled Width 25.5 inches
Assembled Length 33 inches
Weight 13 Pounds

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ASIN B008VSAYVS
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Best Sellers Rank #138,164 in Home and Garden (See top 100)
#1,439 in Beauty > Bath & Shower > Bathing Accessories > Bath Pillows
#123,458 in Beauty > Tools & Accessories
Shipping Weight 32.1 pounds
Date First Available August 10, 2012

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Great price. Well built. I used them as nightstands.
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