I am thinking it dates at least to the 1950s, possibly earlier. The top is metal, and the frame and legs are wood. This is the original decal in the center of the table:
The top is an oyster-ish white, and the sides of the top are a neat ombre green. All the chippiness is natural, which I love.
The bad part is it was covered in God knows how many years of grease and grime. I've tried everything to remove all of the crud and have never been able to get it all. Right now, it's wrapped in shop rags saturated with Krud Kutter. I've read a lot of good things about this stuff on the blogs, and am hoping this will cut through everything so I can repaint the legs and frame a creamy white.
It's also missing a drawer - I hope to replace that at some point.
It's a nifty little table and a perfect fit for my mudroom.
Krud Kutter worked! I can now re-paint the frame and legs!
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Mod Mix Monday #67 @ Mod Vintage Life