TRK1442 Meja Makan 150cm x 90cm x 77cm Table and 6 Chairs

Made from quality 100% kiln dried Teak and Sono Keling wood of Indonesia. It has a beautiful floral carving that will accent any decor. Below the pictures you can read more about the two types of wood used in its construction. We can custom build this table and chair set for you to any size

Indonesian Furniture
Indonesian Furniture
Indonesian Furniture

Indonesian Furniture

 

SONO KELING - INDIAN ROSEWOOD - (Dalbergia Latifolia)
The tree is commonly called sono keling or sono brits in Indonesia, sitsal, beete, shisham or Bombay Blackwood in India. The natural range of Dalbergia latifolia stretches from the sub-Himalayan tract to the southern tip of India and some islands of Indonesia. It has been introduced to many other countries. The sapwood of is pale yellowish-white often with a tinge of purple. Heartwood varies in color from light golden brown to shades of light purple with dark streaks, or deep purple with distant black lines. The heartwood darkens with age and weighs about 850 kg per cubic meter. The wood is very hard with no distinct annual rings. It is difficult to work because of its high density. The wood is fragrant and commands a high price. It is used to make premium-grade furniture, panelling, veneers, and interior and exterior joinery. Secondary uses of the wood include; knife handles, musical instrument calico-printing blocks, mathematical instruments, agricultural implements, and boats keels and screws. Dalbergia latifolia is a popular agro forestry species in Indonesia.

TEAK (Tectona Grandis).
Originaly Teak trees were brought into Indonesia by the Dutch whom set up farms. These farms are now regulated by the Indonesian government and harvested. Well known as a wood very suitable for carving, furniture making and boat building, teak wood is very durable and resistant to decay and insects. It is of medium density, but its hardness varies and is easy to carve. Teak is native to India, Burma and Thailand