The technique of Brass Inlay was used occasionally by English cabinet makers during the 18th century but it was during the Regency period that the technique became popular, particularly in conjunction with the use of Rosewood Veneer. The process involves thin layers of Brass being glued together and then cut into scroll, Arabesque and geometric patterns. Then the careful process of cleaning down begins using scrapers, sand paper and finally abrasive powders. Our craftsmen employ great skill in the production of this beautiful example which is a perfect copy of a fine 1815 Regency Style model.
Most of our furniture can be made in Mahogany, Walnut, Burr Walnut, Pollard Oak, Rosewood, Yew Oyster and Walnut Oyster and only British hardwood is used. We stock an extensive selection of exotic veneers for special commissions.
Due to natural fluctuations in wood grain and colour the final finish may vary. Exact matches cannot be guaranteed, however our skilled polishers do achieve a very close match to customer requirements.
Our workshops are open seven days a week but please make an appointment so a member of staff is available for your enquiries.
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