Rectiliner Waterfall Four Drawer Chest of Drawer


Crafted using the same centuries-old technique, this brass-capped, arched buffet is a sleek and modern update on its traditional predecessors. In subtle grey and off-bone white color, tones feature Clean lines and a mid-century modern silhouette. The 2 small and 2 large size drawers make it a cinch to open and close them for easy access to dinnerware, media, and more.

The time-honored art of Bone Inlay was originally handcrafted for the royal palaces of Rajasthan, India. Handed down from generation to generation, intricate fragments of bones are hand-carved and then affixed onto the base in a mosaic-like design. Resin is then used to fill the space around the bone. Our Bone Inlay collection has been handcrafted from ethically sourced bones in India, making each piece unique in its disposition. The Bone Inlay 4-Drawer Commode will compliment existing furnishings and add personality or, as we say, "Rooh" to any space.

H 86 x W 120 x D 50 cm

• Materials Used- Bone Inlay, Resin, MDF
• Colour & Finish- Grey and Off bone white
• No Assembly Required
• 5 Years Limited Warranty (On Defects)
• Disclaimer: Handmade products can vary and carry slight imperfections. These irregularities are intrinsic to the process of making products by hand and add to the item's appeal. The products may have slight variances like shape/size/weight, pinholes, pits, antique stains, or soldering marks. These are acceptable hallmarks of handmade products. We suggest treating all decorative handmade products with care.

Keep your bone inlay piece in the family by following these tips:

• Dust regularly and avoid placing this beauty in direct sunlight — UV rays can cause fading and damage.
• Spills happen but be quick to remedy them. Use a soft, dry cloth to absorb liquids immediately.
• Choose your cleaning materials wisely. Don’t use abrasives, caustic cleaners, waxes, and polishes on the bone inlay surfaces.
• Where possible, avoid placing your beautiful bone inlay piece near ducted heating vents,
as rapid changes in temperature can cause the materials to contract and expand at an
unnatural cadence.