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model name / number: 78 x 42

FREE custom glass top for dining table /desk (VictorianVillage)
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Moving must pick up by Saturday 2/10 .Clear Beveled Glass Table Top - ($1000) value Victorian Village
This is a massive hunk of glass. Depending on where you place it; intend to use it; what type of supports you employ; and style of seating selected...... this makes for a very impressive addition to any room with the scale and dimensions to pull it off.

Shipping costs for a glass top of this thickness (harder to come by) would cost you more than $200 from most conventional resources, in addition to the cost of the glass, type of glass, edge selection, and addition of bevel.

Dimensions are: 78 Inches Long x 42 Inches Wide x 3/4 Inch Thick. The "bevel" is approximately 1 Inch.

When placed upon Pedestals or other elegant or ornamental table stands, this makes for a very impressive dining table or workspace or desk.

Ogee Edge--The ogee edge is a slightly more decorative edge than a pencil edge. It consists of a rounded edge with a small ledge on top. This seemingly small detail adds a lot of style and sophistication to your table top and makes for a more decorative dining experience. The ogee edge is perfect for a formal dining room or a kitchen dining set. This edge also makes for a nice touch as an accent table top. The ogee edge shows a bit more class than a pencil edge and should be in a more formal setting.

This table top has been used in a "Formal Dining Room" setting and supported by two Architectural Design Pillar Style Pedestals and seats 6-8 chairs.

The table top was also used in a similar arrangement with Pedestals; placed against a wall and used for a desk providing wonderful organization space functionality with impressive style.

NOTE: The table top has been stored for several years and sustained some damage (a chip in the edge). Aside from normal wear, and use, the glass is in great condition given its age and number of moves. I believe any minor scratches or edge scuffs can be easily polished out. The "chip" is another matter. I've consulted with a Glass Pro and am told that an effective perfect repair is not feasible for the "chip". That does not mean that there is a solution out there that he was not aware of, but, he's a pro. There are cosmetic options, but, I don't believe any of them will make the "chip" completely disappear.

As it weighs nearly 300 pounds, you'll need some muscle to move it.
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