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9 Piece Rectangular Teak Wood Boston Table/Chair Set With Cushions

9 Piece Rectangular Teak Wood Boston Table/Chair Set With Cushions


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This 9 Piece Rectangular Teak Wood Boston Table and Chair Set design and dimensions allow it great flexibility in the way that it can be used, whether its entertaining for a dinner party or simply relaxing and enjoying the outdoors in more informal settings.

The table top has a 2 inch umbrella hole covered with a stainless steel plate when an umbrella isn't used.

The Boston chairs feature curves and clean lines. Our Boston series of solid teak chairs are built to last with their elegant and sturdy design. Simple yet substantial, these chairs can be used indoors or outdoors.

All the furniture in this set is made from weather-resistant solid grade-A teak wood and premium hardware so it will give you years of enjoyment. There's no mistaking the quality and construction that went into this furniture and your guests will surely be impressed. 

This set includes:

1 Teak Wood Kasandra Rectangular Extension Dining Table (model AT18RECT)

  • Easy to assemble. 
  • Dimensions of 71x39x31h that extend to 94x39x31h with the butterfly leaf in place.

2 Teak Wood Boston Arm Chairs (model HJ365AC)

  • Cushions Included. 
  • Dimensions 24.5" x 21" x 35.5"h.

6 Teak Wood Boston Side Chairs (model HJ365DC)

  • Cushions Included.
  • Dimensions 21" x 21" x 35.5"h.


  • Solid durable grade-A weather-resistant teak wood
  • Handmade by skilled artisans
  • Can be used indoors or outdoors
  • Finely sanded finish
  • Premium hardware
  • Stunning wood grain
  • All chairs include cushions
  • Easy table assembly
  • Table includes 2-inch umbrella hole with cover
  • Butterfly folds below table when not in use
  • Chairs Require Partial Assembly


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