CHARMING BAJOT TABLES
Here is a wonderful group of charming bajot tables full of individual character and detail. A mix of old hand carved panels can be found on some, while metal banding work is seen on others. Each table provides an individual look with varying styles throughout. You will see skilfully turned legs on each, while different colours of natural wood and patina’s resonate through the collection.
Crafted from native Indian hardwoods, these charming bajot tables are made predominantly from old teak wood. The craftsmen have sometimes reclaimed old timbers, including some detailed hand carved elements. A few of the tables have metal banding on the cornering adding both strength and style. Each has it’s own colour and patina, while age and use resonates, bringing into the home the culture, people and place of Rajasthan.
You can use these items of furniture to provide wonderful low occasional tables, while capturing an individual and distinct look, synonomous with Rajasthan. Given their size, shape and height, you could use these tables to display items on and in particular a plant pot/vase.
Made in India.
Teak Wood Indian Furniture and Accessories
Take a look at our blog about this style of furniture here.
These pieces show natural markings from wear and tear over the years. Sometimes there are minor repairs to damaged areas of the wood, and catches, feet. Other metalwork may be original or replaced with a close match to make the item good for use.
What’s so great about teak wood furniture?
Anyone who does a little research before buying new furniture — especially patio furniture — will almost definitely run across a few ads for teak wood. One of the first things that will jump out at potential buyers is that furniture made from teak wood is consistently among the most expensive. Why? The reason – (click to continue reading).
9th January 2019“Hello David,
I just want to let you know that the bookcase arrived today and I absolutely love it. It was well worth moving my house around to accommodate. Many thanks for everything,”