Santa Fe Bone Inlay Table Top
Table Top Bone Inlay Decorative Collectible Vintage Home Decor Art & Craft
Center Table/Side Table/End Table/Coffee Table Top
The state of Rajasthan in India is famous for Bone Inlay furniture, which is made using an intricate process that requires immense skill and practice. The skill is passed down from generation to generation within a family. In the first step of making bone inlay furniture, bone is collected, and pieces are hand-carved to give them a delicate shape. Next, the bone pieces are affixed to the wooden furniture frame to create intricate patterns. In the third and final step, the spaces around the bone are filled, typically with a colored resin background.
Animals are not harmed in order to make bone inlay furniture.
The Santa Fe Bone Inlay Table Top is ideal for adding a touch of style to any home or office. This gorgeous table top features detailed hand-crafted bone inlay to form beautiful patterns and shapes on the surface, crafted with precision by local artisans in India.
This durable and stylish table top is handcrafted from natural bone to create a unique, eye-catching modern look that you won't find anywhere else.
The artisanal charm of this piece will create a stunning addition to any space—whether you’re looking for an end table or dining table.
The intricate inlay pattern features alternating light and dark sections of bone material, creating a mesmerizing wave-like design. This piece is easy to clean and incredibly durable, so it's perfect for everyday use!
The Santa Fe Bone Inlay Table Top is ideal for adding a touch of style to any home or office.
- Handcrafted table top made of natural bone
- Elegant design adds sophistication to any room
- Durable construction for long-lasting use
- Quality craftsmanship for durability
- Various sizing options are available
- Suitable for top tables and end tables alike
- Can be easily cleaned with a damp cloth
Can be customized in any size/color/design according to the customer's requirement
There may be color variation due to the difference in resolution of the photo & the actual color.