Giano Keramik Dining Table, Cattelan Italia

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Giano Keramik Dining Table, Cattelan Italia

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$5,329.00

Dimensions (inches):
L: 78.7 x D: 39.4 x H: 28.7
L: 78.7 x D: 41.7 x H: 28.7
L: 78.7 x D: 47.2 x H: 28.7
L: 94.5 x D: 47.2 x H: 28.7
Ø: 62.2 x H: 28.7

Quick Overview

The extravagant size of the base resembles a large piece of ancient pottery with a modern edge and attention to detail, the base is made of matte lacquered steel and is available in white, black or graphite. The top is available perfectly round in 62.25” a 79” rectangle or as an oblong with rounded edges in two lengths. A Keramik or frosted glass lazy susan can also be installed if one desires.

The Giano Keramik table ranges in price from $5,329 to $6,174 depending on size and top material selected

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