You'll add a little elegance to every meal (even those day-old leftovers) when you add the Embasy 5 Piece Glass Top Embasy Pedestal Dining Table Set to your dining area. The table's stately base serves as the focal point of this collection, which features reeded turnings on both the base and four feet. Both the base and four side chairs are crafted of hardwood solids with cherry and primavera veneers and finished in a mid-tone shiraz cherry stain. Brown bonded leather upholstery adds a little luxe to the chairs, and the saber-style legs and brass-tone nailhead trim evoke Old Europe. A round glass tabletop lightens the look.Plus, you can add an optional buffet or china cabinet to your order. Both pieces have a base with a cross-grain border, stringed accents, and hardware in an aged bronze patina. You'll get savvy storage, too, with one drawer, two cupboards, and a center X-shaped wine rack. If you choose the china cabinet option, you'll also receive the hutch, which draws the eye with its argyle pattern along the crown, a mirrored back, accent lighting along the top, and two adjustable glass shelves. Upside down stemware storage along the top completes this can't-miss design.Dimensions:Table: 60 diam. x 30H inchesChair: 27W x 20D x 42H inches; seat height: 18 inchesBuffet: 54W x 14D x 38H inchesHutch: 54W x 14D x 30H inchesAbout Standard FurnitureFounded in 1946 as a family owned, American-based company, Standard Furniture operates their own manufacturing and distribution facilities in Bay Minette and Frisco City, Alabama with more than 80% of their entire workforce based out of the United States. Their 1.4 million square feet of manufacturing space, 1.5 million square feet of warehouse space, and more than 40 trucks enable them to keep up with customer demand. Their main focus is to assist their customers in growing their retail businesses by supplying products that will sell due to quality, design, and value. As one of the leading case goods manufacturers in the market, Standard Furniture's continual growth and presence in the market place has remained steady over the last 60 years.