Designed to celebrate a maker’s virtuosity, in getting their head around its compound curves and to be the sensual and sculptural centre piece for our recent travelling exhibition, hosted by the Crafts Study Centre at the University for the Creative Arts. This piece was also shown at the House of Commons as part of the first furniture exhibition ever held there. It was awarded a Bespoke Guild Mark No: 402 from the Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers for excellence in design and craftsmanship and shortlisted for their annual Claxton Stevens Award.
Tiger, brindle & brown oak exterior, with rippled ash drawer interiors.
420mm at widest, 440mm at deepest and 1275mm tall.