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Inox Table, Extendable

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From a Swiss company that has prided itself on producing refined outdoor offerings since its founding in 1954, Inox Tables (1989) serve well in a number of settings – courtyards to backyards, streetside to poolside and more. These durable tables are smartly designed and finished to withstand heavy use and the elements. All borrow a convenient feature from antique tilt-top tables: hinges that allow their tops to be raised into a vertical position for compact storage. The stainless steel tops are embossed with an engine-turned scallop pattern that gives them a functional and attractive texture. Die-cast solid aluminum feet provide just enough heft for stability and are equipped with leveling glides to accommodate uneven surfaces. Includes a matching expansion leaf. Suitable for residential and commercial use. Assembly required. Made in Switzerland.

  • Inox Table, Extendable

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H 28" W 63"–86" D 35.5"

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Stainless steel top; galvanized, polyester-coated steel column; cast aluminum feet.

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