Overview

The Ikon Drive dining table by Cattelan Italia is a stunning example of contemporary Italian design at its finest. This showpiece features glass legs that support a top with irregular solid wood edges (aka "live edge"). This table is very special because very few tables that feature a "live edge" are extendible. Not only is this an extension table with live edges, but there is also a hidden shelf under the top to store the extensions. Another example of the superior quality and engineering of this table is that the leaves are grain-matched to the top. The steel beam under the top between the glass legs creates the structure. This beam is finished in graphite (OP69) or for a upcharge will match the wood finish of the top.

Specs / Details

Contemporary extending dining table with extra clear tempered glass base 15mm thick. A graphite (OP69) metal beam connects the glass legs to the table top. Top and extensions in solid Canaletto walnut (NC) or burned oak (RB) or natural oak (RN) with irregular edges. Also available with Canaletto walnut, burned oak, or natural oak beam. Please call us for more information, pricing, or to place an order for any of these additional options that may not be listed or shown. Made in Italy. Design by Philip Jackson.

Designed By: Philip Jackson
Made In: Italy
Manufactured By: Cattelan Italia
Shipping Info
Shipping Price: $866.00
Shipped Via: White Glove delivery

This Cattelan Italia dining table will ship on a pallet via Air Freight (curbside delivery) to most US addresses. Additional delivery services are available a la carte (such as inside delivery to first dry/secure area; inside delivery to room of choice, uncrate, debris removal, etc). Should you require delivery in Chicago or anywhere in the upper-midwest please contact us to ask us about our flat-rate white glove delivery service via our EuroSprinter (see more about the EuroSprinter here). Should you require a white glove delivery outside of our EuroSprinter delivery area we can arrange for that as well.... just ask!

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