early 20th century vintage industrial "standard" drawing table with adjustable cast iron base


UR #:: UR-6712-10

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Product Description

early 20th century old industrial queen anne style three-legged cast iron draftsman table, manufactured by eugene dietzgen co., principal factory, chicago, il. the eugene dietzgen co. were manufacturers of blue print papers, drafting room supplies, surveying instruments and accessories, measuring tapes, etc., throughout the early part of the 20th century. the "standard" table is of rigid construction and neatly finished. adjustable to heights from 30 inches to 46 inches. the top board can be tilted to any angle and revolved to any position. the removable tripod feature permits the use of several various boards on one stand. the cast iron base retains the original black enameled finish. maker markings are embossed along the base. original round faucet handles intact.