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Art Deco French Forged Iron Dining Table circa 1930, Raymond Subes, Maison Dominique

The handsome architectural style of this dining table with its four legs that sweep dramatically away from the base of the central column is a striking evocation of the Art Deco style. Attributed to the famous designer Raymond Subes (notable for his extraordinary ironwork) as a design commission for Maison Dominique (the custom furnishings maker with a Parisian showroom). The entire vintage French table retains its original polished iron finish that shows the passage of time with some areas showing slight oxidation. The upper level of the garden table has a perfect circle supporting the glass top connected by horizontal cross bars to the central column. There are also four upper curved arms that connect to the lower legs by means of a slender thread of iron that wraps around the lower leg. Please be sure to use the enlarge and zoom functions offered for each photograph to see the exceptional details of the ironwork in closeup. The shadows cast by the raised ribbon across the legs enhance the sculptural appeal of this vintage French table especially if it is placed outdoors in a garden setting.  Dimensions listed are for the iron base.  (Glass top is not included.  We photographed the table with the glass to show as an example.)

# 012LFMA13


37.00" w x 37.00" d x 28.50" h

93.98cm w x 93.98cm d x 72.39cm h