This item is designed and made of recycled wood. The organic outlook of the product looks raw and shows the imperfection of the teak wood tree with some cracks and dents. Every single piece is unique because it comes from natural woods sourced in Indonesia, that were originally meant to be disposed of. But in the form of a short, round stool, these wooden pieces have been revived along with its imperfections. This item is definitely a treasure to nature's friend.
Material: Recycled Teakwood
Size: Dia.30 x H40cm
Handmade in Indonesia
ABOUT RECLAIMED TEAK WOOD
Teak has always been a prized material. Teak is found in Southeast Asian nations like Thailand, Burma and Malaysia, but perhaps no central government takes its teak quite as seriously as Indonesia's. Since the best wood furniture made from teak comes from mature trees, it can take around 80 years before a teak tree planted today is harvested for wood. Because of this, and because teak is such an excellent wood material, old teak is often reclaimed, for example, from old structures slated to be torn down and given new life as furniture.
※ Wood products should be stored in a dry and well-ventilated place. A humid environment may lead to termite infestation.
※ Wood products can become discolored or deformed when exposed to sunlight for a long time.
※ Wood products coated with wax or paint should be kept away from heat, flames, or sunlight.
※ Please use a dry and soft cloth for cleaning wood products.
※ Waxing wood products excessively can clog the wood's pores and damage the coating appearance. Wood only needs waxing every 6+ months.
※This product is handmade, and so each one cannot be 100% identical. There may be variations in the final product from the picture.
*Please note prices do not include VAT and any tax charges. Kindly see Shipping & Returns for more information.
TAMEN Yosegi Stool (Special Jindai Cedar Edition)- Made to Order
Yosegi Stool is a multiple-award winning furniture piece. Inspired by Japanese Kumiki puzzles, this stool incorporates traditional Yosegi inlaid wood pattern, and Tsugite geometric wooden joint, techniques.