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€499
Table in larch and fir. For this wall decor, I wanted to play on contrasts. So, the black is against the gold, the lengths are alternating?
  • Material : Larch and fir wood, gold leaf and fine stone (carnelian)
  • Color : black, gold, red and brown
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Wooden mural Contrastes

Rondeur Boisée - Bernard CAILLET

€499

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Table in larch and fir. For this wall decor, I wanted to play on contrasts. Thus, the black is opposed to the gold, the lengths are alternated, the curves contrast with the straight lines.

  • Type personnalisé : 5155
  • Type : Pièce unique
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Convient en extérieur : Yes
  • Installation : A fixer
  • Dimensions : 43cm wide, 59cm high and 5cm thick

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

This wall decor has, on the back side, two pitons for hanging on the wall.

To make this table, I prepared sections of fir and larch. The larch has been worked with the brush to give relief to its veining. The fir pieces were turned together to obtain the curves and the central hollow. Then I burned and brushed them to blacken them and reveal the relief of the veining. The negative curves were then worked with gold leaf. All sections of wood were then glued together by alternating the two woods and reversing the direction of the curves. Finally, I inserted in the middle of the painting a torus worked with gold leaf. In its center, I added a fine stone (carnelian), adding a small tip of discreet color to the room; a smooth, shiny touch, contrasting with the rest of the rough, matte wood.

Manufacture of glass beads and assembly of the jewel made entirely in the workshop Catherine C. Delivered by postal package with insurance, in a black cardboard box.

Craftsman
Rondeur Boisée - Bernard CAILLET

Woodturning has always been a captivating show for me. When the opportunity arose, it is quite natural that I leave Biology and Environmental Education for a fresh start. For me, the woodturning started in 2008, after being trained for more than 6 months with a turner. Installed as a craftsman since 2009, I create works of art and everyday objects in turned wood. My creations vary according to the seasons, my moods, my desires, my meetings ... The only constant is the nature that brings me an inexhaustible source of inspiration. In a constant evolution, I regularly train with renowned professional turners ... and I am now a trainer.