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The Patriot Tabletop Oak Lectern - Proudly crafted by Americans using only American lumber - no imports here! This economically priced all oak tabletop lectern is perfectly designed for boardrooms, classrooms, or anywhere that is short of room for a full sized lectern. The economical price affords excellent quality without breaking the bank. Don’t let the price fool you, however, this is the real deal and carries our Lifetime Warranty. Best of all, when you open this lectern it is ready to use. No assembly instructions to fumble through, no missing parts, no frustrations and no mess. The competitions’ melamine versions are heavy, easily damaged, appear cheap, and very soon wind up in a landfill. Do yourself and the environment a favor, buy the Patriot Tabletop Lectern.
Feature 1: Solid Oak Hardwoods and Oak Veneer Construction – Light Oak
Feature 2: Large Solid Oak Work Surface (22.5”W x 20”D)
Feature 3: Matching Oak Pencil Rail/Book Stop on Work Surface
Feature 4: Spacious Lectern Interior for Convenient Storage of Equipment and Teaching Supplies
Feature 5: Solid Oak Base and Trim Add to the Beauty and Elegance
Feature 6: Lightweight, Sturdy, and Durable
Feature 7: Superior Finish (multiple coats with hand sanding between coats for a luxurious look)
Feature 8: Proudly Hand Crafted in the U.S.A.
Feature 9: Ships Fully Assembled and Ready for Use – No Tedious Assembly Instruction to Follow
Product Dims: 22.5”W x 20”D x 17”H
Work Surface Dims: 22.5”W x 20”D
Construction Material: Oak
Color: Light Oak
Product Weight: 29 Lbs.
Shipping Weight: 39 Lbs.
Shipping Dimensions: 30”W x 28”D x 20”H
Shipping Method: FedEx / UPS
Approximate lead time is 2 - 3 weeks from receipt of order. Lead times are subject to change without notice due to production schedule.
These are custom made to order and can not be cancelled.
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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.