The Selaby Tables
“These tables have far surpassed our expectaions and look truly fabulous in the Hall.”

The client brief was to provide a pair of formal tables for Selaby Hall, a 17th Century county house.

Two logs of Indonesian macassar ebony were imported from Germany which were then cut in our workshop into thick veneer.  We used a combination of high tech computer driven routers and fine hand skills to produce the capitals we wanted. 

Award
Bespoke Guild Mark No 448
Furniture Type
Formal Table
Materials
Macassar ebony, satinwood, scagliola, lime, gilt bronze and gold leaf
Wood Species
Diospyros celebica
Finishes
Hand finished with shellac and wax
Hours Worked
2000+