Set of 2 Teardrop Nesting Coffee Tables, Cream Shagreen and Brass by Kifu Paris
The set of 2 teardrop nesting coffee tables in cream shagreen and bronze-patina is an elegant design with circular top that sits on a sculptural base. The sculptural base is inlaid in bronze-patina brass and the top is in cream shagreen. These coffee tables are the perfect accent for any living room. This piece is designed by the daughter of Ria and Yiouri Augousti. Option to purchase a single table is available on request. The finish of the shagreen is authentic as it is hand-dyed and the designer calls the finish look: “antique natural shagreen.” The dimensions of these pieces are M- 50 × 50 × 38.5 cm / 19.75″ × 19.75″ × 15.25″ L- 61 × 61 × 41 cm / 24″ × 24″ × 16″ All Kifu Paris pieces are handmade by artisans, ultimately making each piece unique. Custom color/sizing available on request. Wipe clean with soft dry cloth. Although inspired by her parents, her collection of Home Accessories and Furniture is a distinct identity of its own. Kifu uses handmade techniques of elaborate inlay patterns of shagreen, shells, semi-precious stones, materials she experienced as a child growing up in her parent’s studio, but interpreted in a younger quirkier way reflecting her youth. From her “jewelry inspired knobs” on decorative boxes, gold bar boxes and an extravagant inlay pattern mix of shagreen and shell inspired by galactic constellations, as seen on her enormous round mirror, is refreshing to see. Kifu embodies whimsical elements throughout her collection and is not afraid to be daring and unexpected in her approach to design. All shagreen-covered items should be kept out of direct sunlight, color variants may occur on the stingray and other exotic finishes, but this showcases the Parisian label’s commitment to creating authentic luxurious products using natural components. It will take 5-6 weeks to make this piece
- Depth: 24.02 Width: 24.02 Height: 16.15
- Lead Time
- 4-6 Weeks (Limited Edition)
About R&Y Augousti
R&Y Augousti was founded in 1989 by husband-wife duo Ria & Yiouri Augousti.