Natural Bone Inlayed Coffee Table with Wood Skirting

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"Designed by George Nakashima, who visited the National Institute of Design campus in India in 1964. He worked with local craftsmen to produce 32 designs and detailed drawings of furniture, including this chair. The rights to produce these designs were given to the Institute, and they were made in the Institute's wood workshop until 1975. I found these in Ahmedbad."

-John

This piece is an exceptional example of the ancient art form of intarsia, more commonly known as bone inlay. For centuries, artisans on the continents of Africa and Asia have practiced this exquisitely detailed craft. Years ago John found some antique bone inlayed cabinets in New Delhi and has been hooked on bone inlay furniture ever since.

  • 24" L x 24" H x 24" W
  • The bone used for inlay is typically camel bone.
  • Made from an Indian hard wood.
  • $2,395

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    "Designed by George Nakashima, who visited the National Institute of Design campus in India in 1964. He worked with local craftsmen to produce 32 designs and detailed drawings of furniture, including this chair. The rights to produce these designs were given to the Institute, and they were made in the Institute's wood workshop until 1975. I found these in Ahmedbad."

    -John

    This piece is an exceptional example of the ancient art form of intarsia, more commonly known as bone inlay. For centuries, artisans on the continents of Africa and Asia have practiced this exquisitely detailed craft. Years ago John found some antique bone inlayed cabinets in New Delhi and has been hooked on bone inlay furniture ever since.

  • 24" L x 24" H x 24" W
  • The bone used for inlay is typically camel bone.
  • Made from an Indian hard wood.
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