Comparison O.W. Lee San Cristobal 48 in. Glass Top Dining Table

O.W. Lee San Cristobal 48 in. Glass Top Dining Table

Invite your friends over and grill them up a delicious dinner outside on a summer's eve with the O.W. Lee San Cristobal 48 in. Glass Top Dining Table. Designed to embody the beauty and romance of the Spanish Baroque period, this gorgeous table features a tempered glass top and a classic design that looks great with any decor. Inspired by the 400-year-old cathedral in Old Havana, this gorgeous table features intricate scrollwork and is made from handcrafted wrought iron that add to gorgeous craftsmanship. Perfect for Sunday brunch, having afternoon tea with your friends while you watch your kids play, or an evening with friends, good food, and a few games, you'll love having an outdoor dining table and an excuse to invite your friends over. 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 blasted with tiny steel particles to remove dirt and oil from the manufacturing process, which is then followed by a 5-step wash and chemical treatment, resulting in the best possible surface for the final finish. A hand-applied zinc-rich epoxy primer is used