Gordon Keramik Dining Table, Cattelan Italia

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Gordon Keramik Dining Table, Cattelan Italia

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Dimensions (inches):
L: 62.2 x D: 62.2 x H: 29.5
L: 80 x D: 41.7 x H: 29.5
L: 94.5 x D: 47.2 x H: 29.5
L: 118 x D: 47.2 x H: 29.5
Ø: 62.2 x H: 29.5
other sizes available

Quick Overview

The Gordon Table is also offered in an array of sizes in Keramik (8 size options to be exact!) and is available in polished Calacatta, Alabastro and Ardesia Keramik tops. The base, made of raw steel and resembling an intricate spiders’ web is varnished with a transparent protective coating or lacquered in White, Black or Graphite. Natural imperfections and irregularities in the raw steel give the base a lovely patina when rendered with the transparent coating.

The Gordon Keramik table ranges in price from $3,425 to $6,125 depending on size and finish.

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