Wrought-iron patio furniture
usually holds up well, and that's why it shows up at flea markets and estate sales. This particular set appears to be in really good condition: any rust was probably sanded and it might have been powder-coated or received a fresh coat of black paint. Sets with glass tabletops are collectible, and this set was obviously reupholstered
recently. This set could have been made by Lee Woodard Sons, one of the leaders in wrought-iron outdoor furniture of the mid-20th century.