A rare cast iron table with a Chicago foundry mark, gracefully designed legs with original enameling, and a substantial white vitriolite top, ca 1920. Vitriolite was an opaque form of structural glass much used in the early 20th century. Suitable for use indoors or out. The table is 30.5" high with a top 42" x 28". Some wear to the enameling on the legs, some abrasions (from usage) on the top, otherwise very nice condition.