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Polar Bear Dance - Children's Table and 2 Chairs set

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The Arctic Dance Table and Chairs set is made of solid alder wood. The table is 24 inches x 24 inches and stands 22 1/2 inches high. The chair seats are 12 inches x 11 1/4 inches and 13 1/2 inches high. Chair backs measure 25 1/2 inches. Both table and chairs have rounded corners and smooth edges for safety. Painted in inks and colored pencils, with several protective coats of water-based urethane, 4 polar bears join paws and dance sedately against a star-filled arctic sky. Penguins circle the edge of the table. A polar bear cub frolics on each chair, in contrast to their more dignified elders. The atmosphere is one of both humor and wonder, as the polar bears explore a mysterious world all their own. Materials are nontoxic.

This table and chairs set is currently available for sale. If you are interested in a custom order, please contact me to discuss theme and colors. Price varies with complexity of design. For a custom order I require a 25% down payment before I begin work.

The shipping charge is an estimate. The table would be shipped unassembled (with assembly instructions), the chairs assembled, and we can work together to explore the best shipping option.

Polar Bear Dance - Children's Table and 2 Chairs set

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, inks, colored pencils, imagination, waterbased urethane
  • Only ships to United States from New York, United States.
  • Feedback: 2 reviews
  • Favorited by: 27 people