The grey wash bird feather coffee table with glass top is a truly stunning piece, built by hand in England using reclaimed materials. Each of the substantial beams has been carefully prepared, to retain the inherent character of the wood. This produces a sturdy base, shaped with finesse.
Your table is then brought to life with the artwork of a row of stunning feathers. We gradually work the artwork into the base, allowing the beautiful wood grain to subtly show through. The entire surface is then protected with a hard glaze finish to ensure durability.
We then adorn the table with a selection of quality components. The end result is a true statement piece, with immense visual impact.
This products specifications :
Wood - Whitewood
Wood stain colour - Grey Wash
Glass support finish - Chrome
Glass Top - Yes
Feet/Leg Design - Primary Red Rings
Size - (cm) 97W x 97D x 40H
Lead-time - 6-8 Weeks
To be assembled - No
Weight - 35kg
Artwork information : Designed by Cappa E Spada using Adobe stock.
The delivery options for this item are listed below (if it doesn't state 'Express delivery' then that option is not available for this product). As soon as you place your order, this small business will spring into action, get it ready and send it out... (and you can feel wonderful for supporting them).
Delivery options available
Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 7th - 9th February
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Cappa E Spada
North Docks, Liverpool
My name is Tony, the proud owner of Cappa E Spada Designs
I am an independent designer who runs a studio and workshop, creating luxury furniture and bespoke decor pieces. My love of furniture and art sparked a massive interest in surface design which I went on to study for years. As my methods progressed I started to learn how to adhere certain inks to various surfaces like metal, wood and glass. My passion and persistence for my craft and my experience in the world of furniture infused these ideas together in a very unique way to form the beginnings of Cappa E Spada.