A butler’s tray and two nesting trays, with a folding base fashioned in sustainable teak to resemble bamboo. This exquisite tray table features a family of rare white-handed gibbons who reach out to each other across a mangosteen grove, to showcase the special family relationships of this endangered species. The white-handed lars gibbon population is largely found in Borneo and suffers from hunting and illegal trade as well as habitat loss through ongoing degradation of its tropical rain forest environment. This piece was finished in ebonized teak. By ebonizing the wood, the grain becomes visible through the stain leaving a beautiful finish.
Ebonized Teak with Hard Wax to Enhance the Lustre. Faux Bamboo Carving. Hand-carved. Hand-stained. Hand-painted. Hard Wax for Waterproof Protection.
The painting has a clear PU water-based finish added to the acrylic on gessoed wood.
Butter's' Tray: Width 57 x Depth 38 CM
Nesting Trays: Width 35 x Depth 27 x Height 4 CM
Available Heights: 61 CM / 66 CM / 76 CM