Hoof Table SW2

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Samuel Wilkinson’s Hoof table was mainly inspired by feet sharpened at the ends which create striking yet functional images. The term hoof comes from the defensive portion of ungulate animals ‘ feet. Unlike other tables, the leg ends of Hoof are kept in natural wood so that the paint can not be tamed or knocked during cleaning. By reversing the normal production cycle, the foot details are produced. The majority of furniture with a painted portion and a natural component is mounted, masked and painted initially. Hoof is first painted and then removed to expose the natural straw.

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Samuel Wilkinson’s Hoof table was mainly inspired by feet sharpened at the ends which create striking yet functional images. The term hoof comes from the defensive portion of ungulate animals ‘ feet. Unlike other tables, the leg ends of Hoof are kept in natural wood so that the paint can not be tamed or knocked during cleaning. By reversing the normal production cycle, the foot details are produced. The majority of furniture with a painted portion and a natural component is mounted, masked and painted initially. Hoof is first painted and then removed to expose the natural straw.
Materials: Solid oak with a brushed surface

 

Finishes: Solid white oiled oak, solid smoked oiled oak, solid black stained oak

 

Dimensions: 90cm DIA x 40cm H

 

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