I had Molly's wooden table and I sold it. I didn't like how the dolls slipped on the seats. If I positioned the dolls so that they were somewhat stable, then their legs were too far apart to fit under the end of the table at all. Even if I got them positioned just right, it still wasn't possible to push them right up to the table as the chairs ran into the legs of the table. Then, even if I tried to adjust an arm or just brushed against a chair, the doll would slip.
I also didn't like how the table was never quite flat with the leaves up and how fragile they seemed. I was afraid to put my breakables on the leaves and without being able to use them, the tabletop had very little room.
I also think that the table just looks too small for them. It reminds me of the baby tables that kids had to sit at during family gatherings. I just can't think of this as the family's table.
I admit that the wood was beautiful and the compact nature made it easier to place and to store, but the set just wasn't worth the frustration it caused me.
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