The table top was made using an innovative technology employing concrete. It combines the beauty and refinement of marble, the durability of granite and the rustic, modern touch of concrete. Each top has a different structure, as the concrete is poured and polished by hand. The table’s legs are made entirely of wood. Each of them is an extremely beautiful sculpture made by nature. We only choose the most beautiful textures from carefully selected pieces of top quality wood. Each item is unique and no two are exactly alike. Hand brushed and painted. High resistance to Coca Cola and red wine stains or marks from hot utensils. Easy to clean. 100% made in EU This exclusive product is well suited for loft style, industrial style, vintage style, concrete design, beton Möbel , Skandi, modern, fabrikstil, industriestil.
Our concrete (microcement) is an innovative colored cement coating thickness of 1 to 2 mm, hand-applied, multi-layered and hand polished. Coverage is modern, noble as well as rustic, giving the appearance of trowelled concrete surfaces. – Inherent variations in the color and shading of the microcement lend unique character to each table. – Microcement may exhibit spotting and hairline cracks; scratches may appear due to usage. – This table is artisan crafted with meticulous care. Given its handmade and hand-finished nature, variations in the wood or concrete are to be expected and celebrated. – Each item is unique and no two are exactly alike. – Indoor use only; wood not treated for outdoor use. – Concrete tabletops are covered with a clear water-based sealer and polifan matt lacquer. Re-sealing may be required in the event of damage to the protective coating.
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12 x 12 cm
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In order to preserve this product, we suggest following these recommendations: – Stains must be removed only with water, neutral detergent or soap using a damp cloth. – Clean all types of fluids before they dry. – Keep surfaces free from sand.
Do not cut directly on tabletops. – Do not pull pieces of sharp objects. – Do not use solvents or materials that damage the surface.
The following materials may damage microcement if allowed to stand: – Solvents – nicotine – alcohol- chloride – bleach – thinner – muriatic acid.