Stool with upholstered cushion.
This Bone inlay chair is a decorative technique that consists of inserting small pieces of bone, mother of pearl into a pattern. The resulting pattern is used on a variety of home décor pieces from dressers to desks to tables and chairs.
Bone inlay brings a breath of fresh air to any space and it’s a simple way to refresh your home.
Handmade and crafted to the highest specifications, the art of bone inlay has its origins in the royal palaces of Rajasthan, India. This intriguing art is unique to India. The intricate and timeless art of bone inlay is a tradition that has been handed down through generations and is practiced in the Udaipur, Jodhpur, and Jaipur regions of Rajasthan in India.
Process of making bone inlay furniture:
An inlay is a technique of inserting pieces of contrasting material into depressions made on a base object. The production of bone inlay furniture is a three-step process and requires up to a month to create. First, the fragments of camel bones are shaped delicately. Then these intricate shapes are affixed onto the timber frame in a detailed pattern. After this, the resin is filled around the bone shapes to craft the background. The bone pieces are offset by the striking color of the resin to create an exotic-looking oriental piece of furniture.