Rustic Azobé planks are the very first layer of the large pillars that we collect in the decommissioned Danish harbours. They have been exposed to the elements, partially submerged in the Danish sea for more than half a century. They are always sanded very carefully by hand, which enables us to maintain as much of the original rustic detail as possible.
The amount of authentic detail in the planks can be defined as Small, Medium or Large. There are many kinds of detail, the more there is, the “larger” the rustic look of table. Details can be in many forms, such as holes, grooves, crevices and rustic ends. There will almost always be different shades of colour in the planks too. No two planks are the same, every one has its own special patina. We always talk in detail with our customers to ensure that we know what they are looking for in their specific table. In this way, we can be sure to find the right planks, and create each customer’s very own unique table. The pictures that you see here are example of some of the kinds of detail that you can expect to see, and each one is described so that you know how this kind of detail is classified.
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