Middle Age and Renaissance Furniture“ is first a passion for these historical periods where time didn’t condition work, and virtue of patience was giving heart and making unique of its kind each piece, and it becomes concrete with a craftsmen shop specialized in realizing furniture from thirteenth/fourteenth/fifteenth century.
Besides proportions, thickness and craftsmen techniques of that period, much important is the aging process (by heat) that marks the grain and gives the surface a natural look.
These are absolutely not antique inspired pieces but a real unique reproduction that is the result of experience and patient craftsmanship.
||selected locally grown walnut planks of 50 mm for doors and body-structure.
Fir planks for internal parts.
||all the frames and borders are hand carved on mother plank.
Parts are gain jointed and fixed with wood nails.
Hinges are in wrought iron.
Furniture is finished with care; secret spaces on the inside and on the back are available.
Bees wax top surface finishing.
Plank joints may result not perfectly plain (like if they’re warped).
This finishing is done with a special attention to give the joint that real aged look