460 Ganesh Marg, Gopal Pura Mode, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Arabic Mother Of Pearl Inlay Cabinet Light Grey$2,499.00
Ariel Bone Inlay Cabinet In Black Color$1,649.00
Black Bone Inlay 9 Drawer Check Design Chest$2,299.00
Black Bone Inlay Targua 1 Drawer 2 Door Bedside Table$499.00
Black Zebra Bone Inlay 2 Door 4 Drawer Buffet$2,899.00
Bone Inlay Center Table Stripe Design Black$1,499.00
Handmade Bone Inlay Floral Coffee Table in Grey$1,206.00
Teak Wood and Bone Inlay Table$1,099.00
Bone inlay furniture is a type of furniture that is created by carving designs into the surface of a block of wood. The design is usually carved out so that it can be filled with pieces of bone, ivory, or mother of pearl to create intricate patterns and textures on the surface. Bone inlay furniture is a type of art that has been around for centuries. It’s usually made from wood with pieces of bone or ivory set into it to create an intricate design. The technique was originally used by craftsmen and carvers, but today they are often created using 3D printers because the process is expensive and time-consuming. But we at Old Stones Furniture still offer handmade Bone Inlay Furniture which includes: Bone Inlay Boxes, Bone Inlay Night Stands, Bone Inlay Dressers, and what not!
Originally reserved for only the wealthy and aristocrats of society, today these decorative designs are available for everyone. The process of making bone inlay furniture is a 100-year-old technique, and it takes up to six months for each piece. This long process demands that the pieces are made on order and no two pieces will be alike. The furniture is highly sought after and expensive because only so few people know how to make them. In addition to being difficult to create, these masterpieces are also very durable!
Have you ever wondered how bone inlay furniture is made? Bone inlay furniture has been around for centuries, and it was first used as a way to create intricate designs on doors, cabinets, and other pieces of furniture. The process starts with designing the desired design or motif onto paper. Once the design is finalized, it’s transferred into a wooden board called a “pattern.”
This would then be cut out by hand using a special set of knives that are designed specifically for this purpose. Next, holes would be drilled at specific points along the edges of the pattern to allow for stringing together different layers of wood veneer to form one solid piece that will eventually become part of your beautiful new piece of bone inlay furniture! by Old Stones Furniture.