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Rated 1 out of 5Â by ellewoods3 terrible quality
I wish I had taken a second to read the other reviews here, but I was in a rush b/c my wedding was a few days away and I realized I needed table #s at the last minute. Echoing the others - the quality is awful, they look gold in the photos & in real life, they're wood with a little spray paint. The sizes are also really uneven - the 3 is much larger than the 4 (as if the 3 is in 22 point font & the 4 is in 8 point font). Luckily they won't be lined up next to each other, but it looks really off. Keep looking if you have time - these are terrible.
October 20, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Hendi Low Quality
We loved the idea of these and ordered a single number as a sample. We ended up not ordering more because the quality was very low -- the gold paint was missing in some areas and falling off in others and the number felt flimsy and cheap.
June 10, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Kestra Not Impressed
I was disappointed in these numbers, and I hadn't set the bar that high. The size worked fine for me and I had checked the dimensions ahead of time. Unfortunately the craftsmanship is pretty poor. The gold was much more sparse on mine than in these photos, and you can see where it's been painted with some sort of glue because the wood is darker there. Which would be fine if it had been covered with gold, but like I said it was way too sparse even for a rustic, dipped look.
Additionally, the "4" that I bought had lighter wood on one section where presumably some sort of varnish hadn't been applied at all. It was noticeable even to someone that I showed over Skype.
It's a cute idea but bad implementation. And really when planning a wedding, you don't want to have to worry about ordering table numbers and then returning them or doing extra crafting with them.
April 2, 2015