The distressed painted finish on this wonderful iron and wood bistro table is simply fantastic. Uncovered in France, this table has miles of character. The curved legs and generous top make this a perfect place to perch cocktail glasses or a champagne bucket at your next garden party. This piece was likely used outdoors for many years, exposed to the elements, resulting in the unique finish we see today. The paint shows tones of yellow and white and there is rust present on the base. Some cracks and wear are present in the top as well as discoloration. See images for full details.
Measures: 31" diameter and 27.5" tall. One of the metal base pieces can come free of the tabletop when you lift it by the top, but it is easy to re-insert into the structure that holds the top up, this likely could be permanently reattached, but is not broken, just simply loose from time and age.