Walnut head-of-table with sculpted shapes, inspired by 16th-century Florence, particularly the Bargello Museum in Florence. Vertical openwork backrest featuring the heraldic shield of the Bargello palace in polychrome inlay of maple, ebony, and walnut, topped with a carved fleur-de-lis. Upholstered seat surrounded by a geometric inlay, openwork armrests with scroll details, and sculpted shaped front legs.
Immerse yourself in the flow of time with the contoured walnut captain's table, an accurate reproduction of the '500 Florentine style, a tribute to the iconic Bargello Museum in Florence. Its handcrafted back features a captivating vertical openwork, with a distinctive noble shield, inlaid with a vibrant polychromy of maple, ebony, and walnut, culminating with a majestic fleur-de-lis manually carved.
The upholstered seat, besides offering comfort, boasts a refined perimeter with a geometric inlay that captures the gaze. The openwork armrests display a delicate scroll and the front legs are beautifully carved, further enriching the ensemble.
This masterpiece of functional art reflects the historical legacy, evoking a bygone era while adding an element of timeless sophistication to any space.
Every Faber finish is totally customizable. In this section only a part of the precious finishes by Faber Mobili is presented. The colors in the images are purely indicative.