This was the first table from Cattelan Italia that we had on display in our Chicago showroom. Always a good table for us not only because it is make a lovely addition to a contemporary dining room but also because it can be used as a modern conference table. Because of its sharp angles and clean lines we believe the Monaco is destined to become part of the next generation of modern classics. This contemporary rectangle dining table is also extremely flexible with the lengthy list of available sizes, options and finishes. You can order a clear glass or bianco Carrera marble top. The base can be finished in Canaletto walnut (NC), burned oak (RB), bianco Carrera marble (BC), or polished stainless steel. There are many size tops ranging from 79x40" up to 142x51". Glass top are also available in custom sizes. The feet are always finished in polished stainless steel.

Specs / Details

Glass top is fixed to the base. Base measures 47 1/4" wide. Glass top is 15 mm thick. Base finish options on the Monaco table base include walnut canaletto, wenge, white Carrara marble or stainless steel. Please call for more information, pricing, or to place an order for any additional finishes. Design by Giorgio Cattelan. Made to order in Italy.

Designed By: Giorgio Cattelan
Made In: Italy
Manufactured By: Cattelan Italia
Dimensions: 29" H x 79"/94" W x 39" D
Shipping Info
Shipped Via: Air Freight (curbside 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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