A mid-century French iron bistro table with marble top, circa 1950s. The classic iron frame, with its scroll details and X shaped stretcher, is painted a snappy, brilliant red. White marble slab with gray veins criss-crossing throughout, .75" thick with round edges. The frame has a large "GODIN" mark, for the cooperative foundry started in 1840 by the fascinating Jean-Baptiste André Godin.
Condition: Marble has a couple shallow nicks at a corner and along the edge and some superficial scratches and very light water spots, all typical with age and use.
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