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The impressive 810 Column Podium is a stunning addition to any pulpit area. The striking contrast of wood stain creates a sensational focal point for your guests. This dramatic model stands 46 inches high 34 inches wide and 22 inches deep and is hand-made of painted white birch and stained oak wood.
Customers are talking about this new item we have at Podiums Direct because they love the unique column design. The columns each have fluting and round molding on the top as well as the base of each. The Bible rest has a lip on top to prevent your Bible and materials from falling off. Dental molding can be found all along the top edges as well as a beveled edge than can be found all through the unit.
The center acrylic piece is made of a durable plastic that will be able to withstand more pressure than tempered glass. The acrylic is nicely woven into the two front columns.
Additionally, you can have peace of mind knowing that the pulpit is designed and built right here in America. American products means American jobs and when you purchase American made products from us you are helping to support several families right here at home.
Choose a standard three-cross logo on the acrylic front, or customize with your church's unique logo.
Overall Dimensions: 30"W x 17"D x 46"H
Weight: 118 Lbs.
Ships Fully Assembled.
Select Stain Color Using Chart Then Select Option.
Light Oak #35, Medium Oak #43 & Dark Oak #37 Stains No Extra Charge.
Stains 120 Thru 717 Adds $145.90.
Files can be sent by the following methods.
Logo designs are limited to (3) changes. Any changes made after the initial (3) will be charged per request & per change.
These are custom made to order and can not be cancelled.
Approximate lead time is 6 - 8 weeks from receipt of order. Lead times are subject to change without notice due to production schedule.
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NOTE: Different species of wood, and oftentimes different pieces of the same species of wood, will "take" the same stain differently; and thus, produce varying effects in depth and tone of color.