|Game Type: Cards||Shape: Square|
|Solid Wood Construction: Yes||Top Material: Wood|
|Base Material: Wood||Cup Holders: No|
|Drawers Included: No||Seating Included: No|
|Convertible Dining Table: Yes||Folding Table: Yes|
|Reversible Tabletop: No||Leg Glides: Yes|
|Portable: Yes||Maximum Number of Players: 4|
|Country of Manufacture: Viet Nam|
Questions & Answers
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Stakmore Straight Edge Wood 32" Folding Card Table
Attractive card tables
Caroline from Charles Town, WV– Verified Buyer
Very happy with this purchase, the tables are very sturdy and good looking enough to use without a tablecloth.
Lizbeth from Haverhill, MA– Verified Buyer
The perfect table to bring out when friends come over to play Mah Jongg
Love This Table
Helen from San Ramon, CA– Verified Buyer
This table is exactly what we were looking for. The website described it perfectly. It is sturdy and good looking. We also order matching chairs and it is a beautiful set. We would recommend this to anyone.
Mary from Jacksonville, FL– Verified Buyer
The finish is nice. Smaller than most card tables. Legs lock in nicely.
Beautiful, great quality!
Susan from Provo, UT– Verified Buyer
Bought two of these to serve as extra leaves for my dining room table. They are beautifully made, heavy, and surprisingly easy to put up and take down.
Not your average card table
Carla from Carol Stream, IL– Verified Buyer
When I told my daughter I ordered a folding table and chair set she got really worried thinking it would be like the old flimsy table and chairs. I really like this set and it's perfect for an apartment and easy to store if extra space is needed.
Wynne from Santa Rosa Beach, FL– Verified Buyer
I could not be more pleased with this table. I bought 2. I needed extra seating over the holidays. I was trying to avoid ugly card table legs coming out from underneath the linen table cloths I made for my 2 tables. This table is heavy, made of nice wood and fit in well in an elegant dining setting. Great price, too.
Best looking card table I have ever owned
Rebecca from Limestone, TN– Verified Buyer
Well made and a very nice finish, folds up easily for storage. We were pleased at how quickly it arrived and how well it was packed. I have received many compliments about it.
Cherry folding table
Ellen from Orient, IA– Verified Buyer
Very well constructed. Nice and heave. Goes good with the True Mission wood folding chairs. Very happy.
Beautiful, solid table.
David from Vining, MN– Verified Buyer
Excellent product, solid construction, beautiful grain, etc. etc. I only subtracted one star because the legs cannot be easily secured in the closed position. Otherwise I am very pleased with this purchase and have corrected the leg secure issue with the simple addition of a bungee cord.
All of Stakmore's chairs and tables are constructed of solid hardwood that has been dried to the proper moisture content for the North American climate. Why should you care about that? Wood used in furniture that has not been dried properly will give off moisture over time, shrinking, creating gaps in joints, cracking and splitting.
After drying, machining and assembling furniture the most visible part of furniture and the critical point that differentiates most furniture in the customers mind is the finish. Stakmore utilizes a multi-step stain, sealer and topcoat process to provide a rich durable finish on all products.
Stakmore takes great pride in being an environmentally friendly company and has been one for decades. For over 30 years Stakmore has utilized all scrap wood waste and sawdust as fuel to heat their factory and dry the lumber used. In addition Stakmore helps area cabinet shops avoid adding to the landfill by taking their excess wood waste, grinding it up and burning it for fuel. By utilizing 100% of the lumber purchased they reduce their need for fossil fuels.
Even the purchase of lumber takes into consideration renewability. All lumber used comes from managed, sustainable forests. Following managed forestry practices ensures that future generations will have forests and that animals will still have homes.