Designer Walter Lamb was experimenting with bronze and copper tubing salvaged from sunken naval ships at Pearl Harbor when he created the prototype for his iconic outdoor collection. Today the pieces are crafted from weatherproof brass that will develop a rich patina over time (or it can be polished to return the surface to its original luster). The Walter Lamb Round Dining Table (1940s) has a tempered glass tabletop with a sculptural brass base. The brass frame will not rust and does not need to be refinished. This collection was recognized with a MoMA design award. Made in Mexico.
White translucent polyethylene shade; aluminum body and iron base protected through a cataphoresis treatment and finished in matte grey; wired cable.