161(W) x 46(D) x 87(H) cm
The art of bone inlay is specific to the Udaipur region of India, where this meticulous skill is handed down from generation to generation. Three craftsmen are employed to make a piece of Bone Inlay furniture: the first hand-carves camel bone into delicate shapes; the second affixes the bone pieces onto a wooden frame in intricate patterns; while the third fills in around the bone with the coloured resin background. The entire process takes about 3 weeks.
To clean your bone inlay furniture, wipe with a slightly damp cloth. Bone Inlay furniture has a porous surface, so items in high-use situations - such as coffee tables - should be sealed prior to use. Grout sealant (available from any hardware store) is suitable for this task.