Hollow Zig-Zag Dining Table

Tucker Robbins

Forms derived from the Mayan church columns of Xejul, Guatemala are re-interpreted by the master carvers of the Oku tribes in the Cameroon. Evoking the story telling of the ancient Maya, this form adapts itself easily as a pedestal base and confers an airy primal energy to the table.

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General Style: Transitional

Shape: Round

Material: Reclaimed Wood

Dimensions: 34" dia. x 30" H

Table Base: Carved

Top Material: Wood Top

Color / Finish: Natural

Top Color / Finish: Natural

Features: Custom, Handmade

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