Our bold and distinctive Black and White Bone Inlay furniture has graced the pages of countless magazines and features in many designer homes around Australia.
The art of bone inlay is specific to the Udaipur region of India, where this meticulous skill is handed down from generation to generation. Three craftsmen are employed to make a piece of Bone Inlay furniture: the first hand-carves camel bone into delicate shapes; the second affixes the bone pieces onto a wooden frame in intricate patterns; while the third fills in around the bone with the coloured resin background. The entire process takes about 3 weeks.
To clean your bone inlay furniture, wipe with a slightly damp cloth. Bone Inlay furniture has a porous surface, so items in high-use situations - such as coffee tables - should be sealed prior to use. Grout sealant (available from any hardware store) is suitable for this task.