This table is adorned with not one beautifully carved elephant head but three, one above each leg. It's made of acacia, a hardwood prized for its undulating grain.
Asian Art Imports
The concept of living in harmony with nature is an underlying theme of the furniture and accent pieces from Asian Art Imports. Wally Stryk, who founded the company in 1998, and his wife, Pat, source furniture made from reclaimed wood, recycled architectural pieces, and vintage accents and tableware from Thailand and other Asian countries. These furnishings beautifully enhance even the most urban, contemporary surroundings with a sense of nature’s serenity, as well as the grace of centuries of artistic tradition.
Topped with suar wood--a hardwood known for its
robust strength--and supported by an interlocking teak frame, this sturdy side table promises years of lasting style. A rich natural finish highlights its swirling grain.
Heavily carved solid rosewood table from the late
19th century, India. The legs are stylized elephants with bone tusks. The top features ivory inlay. Restored. Michael Donaldson spent most of his career traveling the globe--as a product designer for Pottery ...