This Vera wood tea box with six divisions is Taller Quigua, a workshop founded by Castañeda Brothers in Quibor, a small town in the Venezuelan state of Lara known for its beautiful woodwork. The town’s craftsmen are renowned as the best in the country, creating bespoke furniture and intricate carving from the colorful timbers indigenous to the area. The work of Quibor artisans has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world, where both exotic woods and skillful work have served to inspire countless admirers.
Finely detailed and wonderfully ornate, this tasteful piece is the contemporary product of generations of expert practice, with the art of the trade being passed down through families.
Venezuela is in the tropical Northwest of South America, where the sprawling Amazon rainforest meets the azure waters of the Caribbean. This area boasts a wide range of unique woods, prized around the world in furniture and carvings. From the rich purple of Zapatero to the warm orange of Cartan, these unrivaled timbers form the palette from which local craftsmen practice their incredible art.
These pieces are made from hardwood which, due to molecular structure, is more susceptible to changes due to environmental humidity. It is recommended that they are not located near heat sources or exposed to direct sunlight. Furthermore, smaller pieces should be kept in an enclosed space with low humidity during colder months, to ensure the preservation of their natural qualities. Cleaning should be done with a dry cloth and, if needed, specialist wax. Oils, silicone compounds and cleaning creams should be avoided.
THIS ITEM IS ELEGIBLE FOR RETURN WITHIN 30 DAYS OF RECEIPT IF UNUSED AND IN ITS ORIGINAL CONDITION.
H17cm x W25cm
Natural Wood Colors
H25.4cm x W25.4cmx L25.4cm