April 10, 2017 1 min read

 

 

 

A beautiful collection of hand-crafted dining, coffee & occasional hair-pin leg tables made from sustainably sourced Cedar of Lebanon & featuring award-winning Bay Gallery Home's Australian Aboriginal Art ceramic tiles.

 

These designs were inspired by award-winning Bay Gallery Home's ceramic tiles, which are made from original Australian Aboriginal Artworks. Each table is crafted from sustainably sourced Cedar of Lebanon wood to showcase the stunning geometric ochre colourways of the My Countryceramic tile range & offset by an elegant hairpin leg design. 

 

Our tables can be customised into bespoke pieces for your interiors – we are happy to tailor the design to your desire: from size & dimensions to the type of wood, thickness and type of legs you would prefer, or your preferred inlaid tile motif (see HERE).

 

Each of the ceramic tile designs tell the Australian Aboriginal myths, stories about their landscape, ecology & history. Money from the sale of the tables goes back to the Australian Aboriginal communities Bay Gallery Home represents.

 

These tables are sold through our SHOP.

 

Cedar of Lebanon & Australian Aboriginal Art Ceramic Tile My Country Emu Dreaming, Bush Onion 1 & Bush Onion 2 by Bay Gallery Home, with steel hair pin legs. The Fine Wooden Article Co., Gloucestershire, UK.

Cedar of Lebanon & Australian Aboriginal Art Ceramic Tile My Country Emu Dreaming, Bush Onion 1 & Bush Onion 2 by Bay Gallery Home, with steel hair pin legs. The Fine Wooden Article Co., Gloucestershire, UK.

 

Cedar of Lebanon & Australian Aboriginal Art Ceramic Tile My Country Bush Onion 2 sequence by Bay Gallery Home, with steel hair pin legs. The Fine Wooden Article Co., Gloucestershire, UK.

Peter Meredith
Peter Meredith

Owner, designer, craftsman, cabinet maker.


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