With the ready-to-use marquetry we sell, it is no longer feasible to make marquetry in your home. Intarsias requires a lot of patience and attention, but with the help of prefabricated marquetry, stylish and unique pieces are created, and the beauty of the finished work compensates the artist for the time spent.
Intarsias are an ideal decoration for making a wooden frame and other wood art work.
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Our Naturtrend Webshop offers intarsias that are made in several colours. As all marquetry are made of natural materials, they can be varnished as desired while making home marquetry. These intarsias with article number INT-456 can also be used creatively during any DIY furniture restoration.
The marquetry you can buy are not only attractive because of their unique, natural and beautiful effect, but the price of marquetry veneer for which you can get our products will surely convince you that you should contact us.
If we inherit the antique closet of the grandparents, it carries for them not only a used piece of furniture but also the memory of the hours and joys spent together, so the value of the inherited object is practically invaluable. It is our job to preserve it in its old beauty for the next generation, to renew it with love, patience and the utmost care we can. The range of intarsias we offer and the favourable price of marquetry designs we offer help you with this.
On our Naturtrend website, we have several tips at your disposal, so you can check the order of the unique marquetry pattern and what to look for when glueing and cutting the decorative strips.
Because it's not just a decorative wood strip. This is marquetry.
The length of the marquetry is typically 1 meter, but their width varies from pattern to pattern, ranging from 5 to 18 mm.
The intarsias are fixed to a wooden board before transport so that we can prevent any damage during transport.
Our intarsia are made from classic and exotic wood. This maquetry technique was originally centered in the Italian city of Sienna in the 11th century and much used to decorate church furniture and panels.