Neoclassical Style Iron Curule Leg Garden Dining Table


Mid-Century Modern painted iron patio and garden table featuring neoclassical style Curule legs. The top of the rectangular garden table has a mesh inset in a geometric pattern. The table is supported by a trestle-style base with gracefully curved Curule legs. The legs are conjoined by a stretcher with ball finials on the ends produced in the mid 20th century by John Salterini. The iron has a faded robin's egg painted finish with a lovely aged and distressed patina. Pair of matching iron bench seats also available.

Dimensions: 60"w x 30.25"d x 28.5"h

Circa: Mid-20th Century, United States

Materials: Wrought Iron

Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Beautifully crafted with solid joinery. Age appropriate wear with faded, aged, distressed patina on painted finish as seen in photos.

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