Our “Pick of the Week” is here, and this time it is a fascinating repurposed piece from Tibet. This fun Octagonal end table is made of intricately hand carved Teak or Mahogany shutters. The table is further adorned with solid brass Tibetan demon masks. This is truly a unique piece of furniture and is destined to spark conversation in any home.
This week our “Pick” is an interesting repurposed Item. This is the center section from a Dutch tall case clock dating from the early to mid 1800’s. A new base was already built when I purchased it. I added a top and a shelf inside the case door. Now it is a shallow storage cabinet; a great decorative item with endless possibilities.
This week we have and unusual find to highlight. Our “Pick” is a Lisu Hill Tribe Teak and Goat Skin Banjo. This is a hand made stringed instrument made by a member of the Lisu Hill Tribe of Thailand. It has steel strings which give it a very distinctly Asian sound.Come by to see this and some of the other fascinating finds from all over the world.