Reclaimed Handcrafted 2 Door Sideboard with Trident Lock
Reclaimed Handcrafted 2 Door Sideboard with Trident Lock
Reclaimed Handcrafted 2 Door Sideboard with Trident Lock
Reclaimed Handcrafted 2 Door Sideboard with Trident Lock
Reclaimed Handcrafted 2 Door Sideboard with Trident Lock
Reclaimed Handcrafted 2 Door Sideboard with Trident Lock

Reclaimed Handcrafted 2 Door Sideboard with Trident Lock

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Bring a touch of classic sophistication to your interior design with our Reclaimed Handcrafted 2 Door Sideboard with Trident Lock. Skilfully handmade to feature intricate designs and a traditional style, it is designed to be a conversation piece, and the inclusion of a metal lock adds a feeling of exclusivity. Perfect for storage needs with two doors, this is a piece of furniture guaranteed to bring timeless elegance to any home.

 

dimensions 

95 x 43 x 102 cms 

UK deliveries are shipped either by our inhouse delivery team or via third party courier services and include delivery mainland Britain.

All our deliveries are default £50.00 due to the heavy nature of the furniture.
Deliveries are arranged directly with you so timelines are not set in stone, but rather made at a time that is achievable by both parties. 
 

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Traditional Techniques

Artisanship

Working with wood is an ancient art form especially in the Rajasthan area of India. The carpenters that skilfully create our collections by hand, have gained their age-old skills of their forefathers . Whilst we still use many of the traditional Rajhastan designs we also embrace new and exciting ideas for the future. 

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Sustainably Sourced

Mango Wood

The sustainability of this natural material is core to its use in our collections

The mango trees are initially grown for their fruit, harvested over a number of years. Once the trees have stopped bearing fruit, they can be cut down and used to make our wooden pieces. Mango trees have a relatively short growing cycle of 12-15 years. This allows farmers to plant more trees and provides them with a supplementary income.