Bone Inlay Tripod Stool
Height 42cm, Width 35cm, Depth 35cm
This little tripod stool is a sturdy yet light enough piece to move around easily. It has a nice smooth oak-ish finish constructed from solid wood with a beautiful bone inlay top. Out of abundance of precaution, we wouldn’t recommend using the stool as a sitting space. The bone inlay is sourced responsibly from deceased animals such as camels, goats and buffaloes.
We aim to deliver orders within 2-5 working days. Once your order has been dispatched you will receive tracking information by email.
Delivery to most areas of the UK is absolutely free, however delivery to the below areas will incur an additional charge. Please contact us for a quote prior to ordering if your address falls in one of the below postcode areas;
Inverness (IV), Kilmarnock (KA), Kirkcaldy (KY), Kirkwall (KW), Lerwick (ZE), Outer Hebrides (HS), Paisley (PA), Perth (PH), Aberdeen (AB), Dundee (DD), Dumfries and Galloway (DG), Falkirk (FK), Isle of Wight (PO30-PO41), Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Our products are hand-made from solid wood, hence variation in size, colour, finish, texture, natural grain pattern, knots, movement of timber, etc. are an integral part of the way products are naturally made and promoted. We strongly recommend that you have made yourself fully aware about the nature of our offered hand-made solid wood products to avoid any disenchantment at a later stage. We regret we will not treat any of the above or below variations as defects, as these are natural occurrences.
The below attributes are considered as part and parcel of our Handmade products and will not be considered as damages/defects. This is not an exhaustive list.
Different shades of wood or finish.
Slight design difference from picture – example the carving is not exactly the same as the published picture.
Small filler marks – as long as the extent of filler does not cover a high percentage of the piece.
Dimension differences – within acceptable levels. This applies to positioning of shelf or product height etc. and not just overall dimensions.
Two pieces not being exactly the same – as each piece is individually handcrafted, no two pieces will be exactly the same.
Fabric orientation – where the pictures on fabrics are not in exactly the same locations as on the photographs
Fabric colour different to picture – down to the difficulty in colour rendition of various computers
Gap around the drawers and doors to give room for change in temperature.
In Painted and screen printed items, a minor off-touch as the entire process is manually done and is not machine generated and variations do happen due to wood surface or otherwise.