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Blackbird Sideboard

SKU
TGE-051472
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Availability In stock
$3,500

COMMERCIAL ORDERS

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DESCRIPTION

The Blackbird Collection, designed by Alain van Havre, joins opposing elements by combining soft round legs and eye-catching graphic lines into light and airy designs. The play on contrasts continues with an elegant black frame placed against natural oak, giving the collection a distinct look.

Sample finishes available upon request. Please allow 3 to 4 weeks for delivery of this item. Once dispatched you will receive tracking, and a delivery appointment once the product reaches a close terminal.

SPECS

Blackbird Sideboard dimensions: 70.8" Wide x 17.7" Deep x 35" High

WARRANTY

Large case goods such as beds, sideboards, console, and cupboards are not covered under the umbrella of our commercial warranty. The construction of such goods are under warranty for (1) year against manufacturing defects. Normal wear and tear such as but not limited to piling, patina are tears are not warrantied by Industry West.View full product warranties

PRODUCT CARE

For daily care
• For regular dusting, use a dry, non-fluffy cloth
• For cleaning, use a damp sponge or cloth (not too wet!) with a mild solution of water and natural soap (no detergent)

Cleaning & Refreshing the surface
• For refreshing the surface of the furniture when the wood starts to feel dry or for removing stains, ethnicraft recommends Osmo Liquid Wax Cleaner (3029). Do not use this product daily. The liquid wax cleaner is no guarantee against stains.

Stubborn Stains & Repairs
• Through time and depending on wear, the original hardwax coat- ing on the furniture may need to be renewed. Make sure the surface is clean and dry. Use extra fine sand paper (minimum 320 grit) and work in the direction of the wood grain, then apply the osmo hardwax oil natural (3041). The oil protection is no guarantee against stains. View All Product Care Information