Daytona Almond Dining Table, Cattelan Italia

The Daytona Almond extension table by Studio Kronos has the same features as the regular Daytona only with an amazing almond shaped glass top. The Daytona Almond is a superb display of creative design, and utmost functionality. The base can be finished in stainless steel, whenge or walnut wood, while the top and extensions come in clear tempered glass. The extension mechanism is made from stainless steel and aluminum, and is exclusive to Cattelan Italia. Manufactured By Cattelan Italia.

Dimensions (inches)

L: 53.7/80.7 x D: 51.2 x H: 29.5
L: 65.2/92 x D: 51.2 x H: 29.5

Features

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Finish Glass
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