Inlaid furniture is a treasure trove of custom-designed furniture and carpentry work, a kind of self-expressing tool in furniture decoration, as it requires a lot of creativity. These INT-691 marquetry designs with braided pattern can be used with confidence to restoring antique furniture.
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Working with wood marquetry can now do in your home. Wood inlays are a decoration of various wooden surfaces with veneers. The most frequently used raw material for this purpose is veneer in thicknesses of 0.6 and 0.8 mm, respectively. The length of the prefabricated wood inlay strips we sell is typically 1 meter, but their width varies between 5 and 18 mm per pattern.
Cutting wood inlays requires great care. The marquetry length measurement should be very accurate, where necessary, cut rather a several times. In order to obtain a continuous marquetry pattern, care must be taken in fitting the patterns. Due to the small width of the wood marquetry, it is vulnerable, the risk of injury can be reduced by wetting.
Inlaid furniture is a treasure trove of custom-designed furniture and carpentry work, a kind of self-expressing tool in furniture decoration, as it requires a lot of creativity. These INT-691 marquetry desgns with braided patterns can be used with confidence in any furniture renovation. The wood inlays can also display special moods and style notes, which take care of the unique character of the furniture and the interior. The marquetry prices we hope to convince you that it is worth contacting us if you plan to make or renovate a marquetry table or cabinet.
The marquetry strips are fixed to a wooden board before transport so that we can prevent any damage during transport.
There are, but since making marquetry is very time consuming, it is only worth making over 500 meters. If the production of custom-shaped marquetry is included in the request for quotation, we able to start production for an order of 2,000 pieces or more.
An early technique whereby thick saw-cut veneers are individually inlaid into a solid wood ground, developed during the Italian Renaissance.