Handcrafted Dining Furniture
Oval Dining Table - As Shown - Color: Natural Semi Gloss - American Cedar - Light Distress - Dakota Mahogany, Natural Granite Insert. This custom handcrafted dining room table is hand hewn to shape, then planked and doweled to form a 3" thick solid tabletop. This oval table features two ¾" thick hand cut and polished natural granite slabs that have been inlaid into the surface of the table top. Many different colors of natural granite are available, or request a solid wood top for your custom handmade dining table. The trestle base is two 6" x 8" solid joined and interlocking pedestals that are permanently mounted to the top. The table is fully finished on all surfaces with a hand rubbed fine art finish process over the natural wood. Mar proof leveling feet are included.
Hand Carved Dining Chairs
High Back Dining Chairs - As Shown - These handcrafted dining chairs are custom made using hand hewn mortise and tenon construction for superior strength and longevity. The arched backs are 1 ¼" thick plus cushion, the posts are 2 ¾" square solid wood and each leg features a caster - non-caster, button feet are available. The seats of the side chairs and arm chairs size, as shown is 19 ½"W x 18 ½"D with a 3" thick high density foam cushion upholstered with a customize choice of fabric or leather. The dining chair backs have been hand carved by a master woodworker and depict a mountain scene with bears, moose, and a log cabin. Choose any carving design of your choice to further customize your handcrafted dining room furniture.
Dining Furniture - Historical Origin and Design Inspiration
Castello della Manta is a castle near Saluzzo, in Piedmont (northern Italy). The originary building, dating from the 12th century, was later enlarged and transformed into a noble residence by the family of Saluzzo della Manta, margraves of Saluzzo.
Among the numerous halls, the Baronal Hall (Salone Baronale) has a notable relevance for the frescoes decorating its walls, a rare masterwork of Late Gothic painting in northern Italy. The work is attributed to an anonymous Master of Castello della Manta. The cycle, completed soon after 1420, portrays a series of famous heroical figures (both males and females) probably inspired to members of the House of the Margraves of Saluzzo, and wearing precious dresses of the times; and the so-called Fountain of Youthness, a theme taken from the tradition of French medieval stories. They are inspired to the poem by Marquess Thomas III of Saluzzo, Le Chevalier Errant). (Source: wikipedia.org)
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