Blackened Shake Cabinet
Made exclusively for The New Craftsmen, this piece has been constructed from individually made shakes‚ a shingle commonly used in Japan as architectural cladding. These delicately blackened pieces have been cleft via the ancient art of splitting wood along its grain, then assembled on the door frames to create a fantastic texture.
Blackened Shake Cabinet by Sebastian Cox and Benchmark Furniture. This contemporary piece is constructed with blackened shakes of chestnut and ash timber.
Material: Hand-coppiced Kentish chestnut and well-managed English ash, British tanned leather handles
cm: Width 82cm, Depth 40cm, Height 180cm
inches: Width 32.3in, Depth 15.7in, Height 70.9in
Care Instructions: Wipe with damp, lint-free cloth