Yaki Double Brass Chevron Side Table
Our Yaki Side Tables are crafted from a large trunk section of reclaimed ash trees that have been burned using a Japanese technique called Yakisugi or Shou Sugi Ban. Yaki (Heated with fire) technique originated in Japan in the early 1700's as a way to treat cedar and cypress siding; making it fire retardant and water resistant. Adopted by furniture makers the technique not only darkens the wood but exposes amazing textures and beautiful grain patterns. You really have to touch these tables to full appreciate them.
This Yaki Side Table is approximately 17 1/2" square at the top and 11" square at the bottom. It stands 18" tall. This side table is made from reclaimed Ash.
Each Yaki Side Table is completely unique and will vary from piece to piece. The pictured table has two brass chevrons inlaid in the wood to both keep the large cracks from growing and for aesthetic purposes. (Aluminum chevrons are also available on custom orders.)
Not exactly what you were looking for? Please contact us to discuss a custom order.