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Each stool is one of a kind. Surface details are unique and size may vary.
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Casetta

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14-17.5w 6.5-9d 18h End Table
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Casetta

Riccardo Monte crafts each one-of-a-kind Casetta end table by hand in his studio in the Italian Alps. One by one, he selects perfect pieces of solid spruce. He then cuts each piece and finishes it with the Shou Sugi Ban charring technique, the ancient art of preserving timber with controlled fire.

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Dimensions

  • Overall: 14-17.5"w 6.5-9"d 18"h

Details

  • Features: one of a kind
  • Considerations: each piece features unique grain patterns and characteristics such as naturally occurring knots, small splits or cracks

Materials

    • Material: charred spruce
    • Material Detail: This spruce is charred using the Shou Sugi Ban technique-a method of partially burning wood that originated in 18th-century Japan as a way of making wooden home siding more durable. After charring the spruce, a layer of linseed oil is applied to enhance the texture and feel of the wood. The finished result is a durable wood with a deep, matte-black color that's sealed with a non-toxic finish.
    • Finish: linseed oil

Additional Information

  • Product Origin: made in Italy
  • Material Origin: imported
  • Item Number: 835105