French Bistro Table 20", White Marble and Iron Base

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Finally, affordable marble bistro tables are now available in the United States. Originally made popular during Paris' Belle Époque, marble bistro tables such as these, continue to be used in restaurants and bistros throughout France and other parts of Europe. These solid marble top and cast iron base tables are constructed in the same manner as they were over 100 years ago.

Each table features an antiqued, seamless brass band which encompasses the rim of the marble. The cast iron, three legged base features the same detail taken from an original early 20th century French bistro table. All construction has been faithfully reproduced, including the way the marble is a fixed to the table. It features 3 heavy duty steel prongs used under the table top to hold the marble to the base. The cast iron base and stem are held together by a large screw underneath the base.

The tables are suitable for use indoors or out. If used outside, tarnishing may occur to the brass band.

* Chairs in photo not included.

  • Top measures 20" (50.8 cm) in diameter.
  • Table stands approximately 27.5" (70 cm) tall.
  • Seamless brass rim.
  • Solid, cast iron base and stem.
  • Simple assembly required.
  • Imported.

Cleaning our marble or granite bistro tables daily is unnecessary, but occasional light maintenance is suggested. To clean the marble, wipe down the surface using a non-abrasive cloth or sponge, mild soap (like dishwashing detergent), and water. Do not use vinegar, Windex, or bleach when cleaning, as these acidic substances can eventually eat into the marble or granite and dull the stone. It is also essential not to use abrasive cleaners or pads since they can scratch the surface of the marble.

If you encounter a spill, wipe it up immediately, especially acidic ones, then rinse with a clean, damp cloth. If wine, coffee, or juice has been spilled, it will usually lift after placing a paper towel soaked in bleach over the spot for 24 hours. You can also try pouring baking soda directly on the spill and slowly adding a small amount of club soda to create a thick paste. Rub the paste into the stain using a clean white cloth in small circular motions. Let the paste dry and remove after 24 hours. Repeat if needed.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to let us know – we are here to help!

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  • 5
    Bistro Table - 20” white marble

    Posted by Susan on Jun 18th 2021

    Simply love it!