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Hand carved from rich solid wood and marble, this table showcases stunning contemporary form
Designed in London by Matthew Hilton, Mary’s table is exquisitely handcrafted at De La Espada’s artisan workshops in Portugal from a choice of American black walnut or light oak before being finished in a clear matt lacquer and protective Danish oil.
Set into a triangular shaped frame, the legs of this table have a sharply carved point with lightly tapered effect.
Slotting neatly into the top is a luxuriously carved marble inlay available in either white or black.
Harmoniously joining these varying forms together is the elegantly curved joinery, its soft edges and surfaces adding warmth to the angular design.
Height Width Depth 50cm 54cm 46.5cm
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Delivery Service Order Value Cost 2 Man Furniture Delivery Orders Over £1000 FREE Orders Under £1000 £49
How long will delivery take: If the items you are ordering are in stock we will be able to deliver your order within 2 weeks days.
Orders with several items: If you are ordering more than 1 furniture item these will come in a single delivery when all items are available.
Postcode exceptions: For customers who live in more remote, highland or island regions your delivery can take up to 10 working days. For any areas outside of our postcode matrix please contact Customer Services for further information on [email protected]
*Please note: Heal’s will be relocating our furniture warehouse between Monday 29th May and Sunday 11th June. Some orders that are placed during this period may be subject to delays on top of our normal delivery timeframes. If you are concerned about your delivery please contact our Customer Services team. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience
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Designing for leading furniture makers such as Case, De La Espada and SCP, many of Hilton's designs are considered icons with pieces such as his Balzac Chair held in the permanent collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Working in premium materials such as solid wood, cast iron, and brass, in 2007 Hilton launched his eponymous brand as a place where he could have complete creative control.