Discount O.W. Lee Ashbury 53.75 in. Round Glass Top Patio Dining Table

O.W. Lee Ashbury 53.75 in. Round Glass Top Patio Dining Table

Gather round the O.W. Lee Ashbury 53.75 in. Round Glass Top Patio Dining Table to ensure that all your guests are well cared for. Sharing meals is a perfect way to build lasting memories with good friends and good food, and this dining table with its central focus gives you and up to three additional diners plenty of room to spread out and enjoy a leisurely meal together. The scrolling curves of the aluminum frame provide both structural support as wells as artistic beauty, bringing you peace of mind and spirit from both its sensibility and its aesthetic charm. The sensually curving metalwork is hand forged and hammered, bringing a uniquely masterful craftsmanship to this piece that adds to your outdoor decor a classic appeal that also possesses a fashion-forward individuality. And this extra care in construction doesn't lead to extra waste in production. In fact, O.W. Lee utilizes sustainable materials, recycling, and precision to minimize the footprint of each piece and of the company as a whole. Materials and construction: Only the highest quality materials are used in the production of O.W. Lee Company's furniture. Carbon steel, galvanized steel, and 6061 alloy aluminum is meticulously chosen for superior strength as well as rust and corrosion resistance. All materials are individually measured and precision cut to ensure a smooth, and accurate fit. Steel and aluminum pieces are bent into perfect shapes, then hand-forged with a hammer and anvil, a process unchanged since blacksmiths in the middle ages. For the optimum strength of each piece, a full-circumference weld is applied wherever metal components intersect. This type of weld works to eliminate the possibility of moisture making its way into tube interiors or in a crevasse. The full-circumference weld guards against rust and corrosion. Finally, all welds are ground and sanded to create a seamless transition from one component to another. Each frame is bl