A classic French iron bistro table with marble top by E. Ringuet, circa 1900. Weathered white marble rectangular top rests over a shapely wrought iron base from the Ringuet foundry. The legs have a Gothic foil motif and terminate in clover feet. Elegantly cuved stretchers add grace and allow for nice leg room. Both the Parisian foundry, E. Ringuet, and the smith's name, Pierre Ouvrier, are molded on the legs.
Condition: Good antique condition. It was kept outside, so lots of age and wear to the marble with rough edges and a chip near one corner. Typical light rust discoloration on base.
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