Overview

The "Ypsilon" table is 100% made in Italy by Pedrali. It's versatility and durability make it perfect for commercial installations. It's fashionable style make it suitable for residential use as well. Shown here is the Ypsilon (4790_AR500E) table base with 3 legs orange powder coated for outdoor use. Also featured on this example is a steel top with a flat edge powder coated for outdoor use. Like most tables from Pedrali, they are available in a variety of sizes, shapes and finishes so we encourage you to contact us and ask us more about the Ypsilon family by Pedrali.

Specs / Details

Ypsilon base (code 4790_AR500E) with 3 leg base with a 600mm (23.6") footprint and 730mm (28.7") Height. Base finish is powder coated orange. Additional base finishes include epoxy lacquered (indoor only), polished aluminum (indoor only), or anodized aluminum (suitable for outdoor). Larger base 4 leg available as well. Also available with this base is a tilting mechanism to allow for convenient mating and storage of multiple tables. The top shown (60X60L_AR500E_4791) is a steel top with flat edge (LBI), powder coated for outdoor use. There are hundreds of options for additional sizes, materials, shapes and finishes. Please call us and ask us about them!

Made In: Italy
Manufactured By: Pedrali
Dimensions: 29" H x 23." W x 23." D
Shipping Info
Shipping Price: $75.00
Shipped Via: Air Freight (curbside delivery)

This Pedrali bistro 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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