Looking at the way this enamel table’s been constructed I think it may have been part of a larger piece at some point. I’ve seen a few enamel pieces like this before, where there are holes drilled into the feet, allowing them to be attached to other parts – and someone once told me that her granddad who ran a bakery had an enamel unit that was made up of different cupboards all joined together. But personally I’ve never seen one so it’s all a bit of guess work really! Although if it that is the case then I’m glad they were separated, because I think this table works really well by itself! I can see it on someone’s verandah as a little table for pot plants, or otherwise in a bathroom as a place to stash mags and spare rolls of toilet paper, maybe even a few folded towels?
Note: One of the legs was a bit loose so we’ve secured it with a few new rivets (have a look at the pics below).
Dimensions: 62cm tall x 36cm long x 31cm wide