Artist's Loft™ Display Table Easel

Item# 10188589
$11.99

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Show off small works of art or give displays special attention with this small easel. This versatile tabletop easel, with its clean, classic design, is perfect for small paintings or panels, singly or in sets. 
 
Details:
  • 21.97" x 13.58" x 16.14" assembled size
  • 22" x 3" x 2" folded size
  • Composed of pine wood with brass plated hardware
Show off small works of art or give displays special attention with this small easel. This versatile tabletop easel, with its clean, classic design, is perfect for small paintings or panels, singly or in sets. 
 
Details:
  • 21.97" x 13.58" x 16.14" assembled size
  • 22" x 3" x 2" folded size
  • Composed of pine wood with brass plated hardware

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Church Youth Leader This product was a challenge to assemble. The chain on the back leg did not stay attached at both ends of the stand. Initially we were unable to locate the hole the chain ends were to screw into. I think we forced it in. Once it was placed on the table, we dared not move it. The chain just fell off. Very disappointing to say the least. April 24, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by OK for smaller canvases I bought this for my husband who likes to paint on canvases. I've been using it more lately. It's ideal for tabletops and folds away to store easily. My issue is, when set up, the back tripod sticks out through the other two and dents the canvas, almost puncturing it. I use the 16x20 open back canvases from Michaels and I guess they're too big for this tripod. It's a bummer because it's a really good price and good quality. I'll try to find something a little bigger at around the same price. January 13, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Pieces of a project First there's no instructions or guidance to putting it together. Probably because they know it doesn't have everything you need. Second there's no way to secure the legs so it's like Bambi on ice. Third the chain they give you to connect the tray to the back leg has no place. You have to find a way to make your own holes for it and there's no where to put the tray to connect to the legs. So you have all these pieces but you're going to end up needing to add hot glue and new holes to make it worth anything. It's so cheap I can't decide to go ahead and fulfill the project or to return it and spend a few more bucks and get one that already works. December 13, 2015
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