Unusual Art Deco Table With An Interesting Pattern

Unusual Art Deco Table With Interesting Pattern

I’ve never seen anything like that! This is one of the most incredible and unusual tables in the world! The Entrapment Table by Misha Kahn is made with strands of glass fiber plastic woven into the table top and the same strands below, baked, supporting it. The pattern on the surface of the table is based on an American Chippendale tray stencil but, to my mind, it reminds of some national Russian art like gzhel or maybe a pattern of a Persian carpet. The embroidery in the tabletop serves as the footing for the twin-twex fiber, which is woven through some 2,000 holes to make up the patterning. The table top is made of Ash, and is ebonized and burnt, with a bleached laser cut inset. Any unusual or art deco interior will be decorated brilliantly with the help of such a table. If you want to surprise your guests and attract attention, this piece is for you.

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Unusual Art Deco Table With Interesting Pattern
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Unusual Art Deco Table With Interesting Pattern