Surin Spiral Table

C8871

In stock

W:30cm D:30cm H:50cm

An unusual and unique sturdy piece of fair trade furniture which has the versatility to be used as anything from a lampstand to a stool. Each piece is hand carved by skilled craftsman from a single piece of monkey pod wood with four legs rising in an elegant twist and finally hand waxed to protect the wood and enhance its natural beauty and colour.

Each Surin product is produced using an ethical approach to trading by supporting small, family run manufacturers and artisans in Thailand on a fair trade basis. Due to the nature of the product, the colour, grain and detail of the wood will vary adding to the unique charm. For more information please click on the Monkey Pod wood link below.

100% Monkey Pod wood with a hand waxed finish.

Fair trade furniture imported directly from Thailand.

This product is delivered fully assembled

Care

As this Surin Spiral Table is hand waxed, we would recommend the use of coasters and mats to protect the wood from blooms caused by hot or wet items. In case of colour transfer, please also take care not to sit the product directly on light coloured carpet. We recommend this item for interior use only and would advise to avoid direct sunlight which may cause the solid wood to develop cracks.

Delivery and Returns

0% Finance

Furniture on Finance

We offer 0% finance for purchases over £500 at 6 or 12 month repayment periods and 0% finance on purchases over £1500 for 24 months. 9.9% finance is available on purchases over £250, repaid over 36 or 48 months. From time to time we may offer 0% finance at lower promotional thresholds at our discretion.

With no deposit required, subject to standard credit checks, once your finance arrangement has been authorised, it’s valid for 90 days with the first installment due approximately 30 days after delivery. Finance orders must be delivered to your billing address. Click here to find out more on our finance options.

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