THE CANABAS TABLE
I wanted to mix classic shapes and contemporary finishes with a patinated leather top
or hammered steel.
This piece of furniture called “pedestal table”, a piece of furniture particularly appreciated during the reign of Louis XVI, will experience exceptional enthusiasm from the advent of Napoleon and will be available in many materials and in multiple models throughout the first third of the 19th century. century.
“Canabas” was a famous 18th century cabinetmaker specializing in small, light furniture that was easy to move. The pedestal table therefore naturally bears his name.
AND THE IDEA
COMES TO LIFE …
The structure is made of steel which gives it great strength.
The steel is brushed very finely then treated in black nickel baths to obtain the gunmetal finish. A glossy varnish is then applied.
Small rosettes turned in brass and then gilded are placed at the intersections.
The design of the clog mixes classic shapes and contemporary finishes . It is made of gilded bronze .
The upper molding is polished and the lower part hammered and sandblasted to create a play of textures.
THE CLASSIC SHAPE
WITH THE MODERNITY OF THE TRAY
A choice of contemporary materials allow this creation to blend into any interior:
- Hammered steel encased in a wooden tray
- Patinated leather set in a wooden tray. Customizable colors
- Steel strapping and patinated leather
The very pleasant proportions of our pedestal table, the treatment of the materials and the choice of tops make this great classic of furniture an original contemporary piece.