Mexican Live Edge Bench in Sabino Wood

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Mexican Live Edge Bench in Sabino Wood

8,000.00

$8,000

Mexico
circa 1960's

Dramatic and vaguely anthropomorphic, live edge bench or table comprising a curvilinear Sabino wood trunk section with a fork at one end, mounted on three sculptural burl rosewood legs each with its own sculptural character, attached with mortise and tenon joints. Purchased in Mexico, 1960s. A well-crafted and carefully composed piece balancing the naturalistic shape and character of the found trunk section with the forms and placement of the burl legs. An impressive example of this genre, from the collection of a family who also acquired top-shelf George Nakashima works in the same period.

Condition
Good. Fine overall condition. Cleaned and polished. Minor wear consistent with age and use. Natural imperfections inherent to the material.

Measurements
Height:  17.75 in.
Width/length:  70in.
Depth:  32 in.

Specifications
Number of items: 1
Materials/techniques:  Sabino wood, Brazilian rosewood burl

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