• Bog-Oak Table Cabinet by Adrian Swinstead
  • Bog-Oak Table Cabinet by Adrian Swinstead
  • Bog-Oak Table Cabinet by Adrian Swinstead
  • Bog-Oak Table Cabinet by Adrian Swinstead
  • Bog-Oak Table Cabinet by Adrian Swinstead
  • Bog-Oak Table Cabinet by Adrian Swinstead
  • Bog-Oak Table Cabinet by Adrian Swinstead
  • Bog-Oak Table Cabinet by Adrian Swinstead

Bog-Oak Table Cabinet by Adrian Swinstead

About this piece

From the Split Wood Series by renowned British artist Adrian Swinstead.  A masterfully crafted table cabinet in Maple solids, the three (3) adjustable shelves, shelving brackets and back panel inset in solid Sapele.  Featured prominently are the two brass hinged doors in rare English Bog-Oak with its live edges formed from a naturally occurring split.

$5,800.

Bog-oak is the timber from oak trees that have been buried in peat bogs and preserved from decay by the acidic and anaerobic bog conditions, sometimes for hundreds or even thousand of years.  The timber is usually stained brown by tannins dissolved in the acidic water.  Bog-wood represents the early stages in the fossilization of wood, with further stages ultimately forming jet, lignite and coal over a period of many millions of years.

 


Details

31.75 in. H. x 12.25 in. W. x 11.5 in. D.

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