A close grained durable timber with the ability to thrive in even the most arid environment. Acacia bares the scars of time . . . i.e.windcracks, various sized knots and hairline fractures, ensuring every piece has its own rustic grain pattern, colour and feel.
Sheesham is a renewable timber prized for its fast plantation growth (reaching harvest size in only 10 years). Sheesham is valued for its stunning depth of colour, innate strength and close grain structure.
Some one-of-a-kind pieces are made using reclaimed wood from old buildings or large pieces of furniture. The reclaimed pieces are used to make doors or fronts for cabinets and buffets. Carvings, finishes, even hardware from the original piece can be retained, adding to the appeal of the new furniture. That's good for the planet!
It takes 25 years to look this good! Mango wood is a renewable resource. The mango wood used comes from mango plantations where the trees are grown in for their fruit. So when a mango tree reaches 20 to 30 years of age the trees no longer bear fruit and are cut and replaced with young trees. The very best wood from the barren trees is then reborn into handcrafted furniture - the essence of sustainability and perfect for furniture production. That's good for the ecology.