Walnut table inspired by the Florentine 16th century and in particular by a table at the Bargello Museum in Florence. A rectangular top with considerable thickness featuring a geometric perimeter inlay. Four inlaid and carved supports connected by a shaped crosspiece that bears the Bargello palace's noble coat of arms inlaid in polychrome maple, ebony, and walnut.
The Tavolo Scarperia is a distillation of elegance and history, dating back to the Florentine 1500s. Specifically, its inspiration comes from a luxurious table displayed at the Bargello Museum in Florence. The walnut construction makes the table a spectacle of rare beauty and durability. The sizable rectangular top is embellished with a geometric perimetral inlay, a detail that adds a sophisticated uniqueness to the overall design. At the four corners, equally finely inlaid and carved supports are further enriched by a shaped crosspiece running across the center. The pinnacle of this craftsmanship masterpiece is the noble shield of the Bargello palace, which proudly stands at the center of the table. This particular polychrome work of maple, ebony, and walnut brings the richness of historical Florentine luxury directly into your home.
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.