The top of this table is made with two mirrored sections of Root of Poplar, recovered from a tree from a Lombard area.
Art. IP130 Table Top cm L 248 x D 155 x H 6
Art. SR2305 Iron base cm L 100 x D 15 x H 70
Material: Poplar Burl
Sizes: CM L 248 x P 155 x H 6
Materials & Finishes
The top of this table is made with two mirrored sections of Poplar Burl, recovered from a tree of the lombard area. Rich in natural veins and partridge eyes, they have very irregular edges, typical of this material, that give strength and dynamism to the top. The iron bases create a neutral support that brings out all details and peculiarities of this proposal. Estimated age: 120 years.
Belonging to the Salicaceae family, Poplar is a tall tree that can exceed 30 m in height. Life expectancy varies significantly depending on the subspecies and ti is between 100 and 400 years old. Briar develops near the roots and sometimes in some point of the stem, characterized by the white color of the wood that contrasts with the yellow-brown color of the more rooted parts. It has a very decorative appearance, characterized by small knots called “partridge eyes”.