A French grey painted iron garden table from the 19th century, with foliage-themed openwork top, large scrolling legs, acanthus leaves and floral motifs. Created in France during the 19th century, this garden table features a circular top adorned with a lovely and abundant openwork décor showcasing scrolling foliage and stylized fleur-de-lys painted in a grey color. The table is raised on an elegant eye-catching base made of four scrolling legs accented with acanthus leaves, and gracefully coming down to secure a lower stretcher ideal to rest one’s feet. This stretcher presents a décor of flowers complementing the ensemble beautifully. Being a garden table, the piece boasts a nicely weathered appearance revealing its age and use. With its grey painted color, floral motifs and large scrolling lines, this French iron garden table from the 19th century will bring a touch of freshness to any home!
Height: 29 in. (73.66 cm)
Diameter: 27.75 in. (70.49 cm)