First commissioned for military use during the 1820s, obsolesce was not clearly defined for ironclad warships. They were used heavily during the American Civil War, with some ironclads seeing action during World War I. Literature does indicate, however, that distinctions between 'first-class ironclads' and long-range battleships widened during the 1870s due to steam-engine advancements.
Inspired by the deep and iconic history of the ironclad ships, Rustic Deco is proud to offer this exclusive industrial dining table, the Casemate Ironclad. With its stately oil-rubbed bronze finish, the all-metal base is handsomely constructed from high-gauge steel and cast iron and accented with domed rivets.
By turning the hand crank, the table's height can be smoothly adjusted from 30" to 42". The table's solid hardwood top is an impressive 2.25-inches thick and sealed with a smooth ebony finish that unifies the table's design elements, while providing a rugged dining surface.
Overall Dimensions with tabletop (inches): 80L x 40W x 30-42H
Base Dimensions (inches): 63L x 29W x 28-40H
Net Weight 310 lbs.
- Cast iron and steel base with oil-rubbed bronze finish
- Solid acacia wood top (2.25” thick) with ebony finish
- Dome-top rivets functionally accent the table’s base
- Smooth hand-crank easily adjusts the table from standard dining to bar height