Long Wall Mirror available in Tasmanian Oak, Jarrah, and New Guinea Rosewood. Looks great as alone, in a pair or a group of three.
A magnificent tall tree that can reach heights up to 30-40m, Jarrah only grows in the south-west corner of Western Australia. It is one of the world’s best hardwoods. The timber is straight grained and dark red to reddish brown in colour and is popular in furniture making. The forests are being threatened by bauxite mining and water borne fungal disease that attacks the roots.
End Grain Board with shaped handles in Jarrah and Hoop Pine.
Jarrah and She Oak TV Table
Small coffee table in West Australian Jarrah. Available with and without magazine rack.
Designed by David Maclaren and turned by Jim Homann. Hand Finished at the Gallery with Kunos natural oil sealer.
Typical timbers include Silver Ash, Jarrah, Ebony and Coolibah Burl.
Available with and without drawer.
Pallinup Dining Table in West Australian Jarrah.
Available in Blackwood.