Traditional Nagaland Table
Nagaland sits in the north-eastern region of India, where the Naga hills rise from the Brahmaputra Valley. These striking, solid teak were once used as a bed in a traditional Naga village, built to withstand the harsh monsoon seasons and strong winds that blew across the hills. These tables are at least 70 years old and were handcrafted from a single piece of teak. They have since been polished in a beautiful natural wax to protect the longevity of the timber.
NA-01- 1800mm long x 860mm wide x 300mm high
NA-02- 1950mm long x 730mm wide x 300mm high
NA-03 - 1870mm long x 340mm high x 600mm wide
Case: Wipe clean with a damp cloth
Please note that each piece is unique, and given that they are over 70 years old many of the pieces display varying characteristics of ageing, such as small splits in the timber. For specific info on any of the available pieces please contact our team.