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Paradis Console Table

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Our Paradis Console Table is the perfect marriage of handcrafted design and functionality. The pedestal base offers a sculptural aesthetic whilst the rounded edge, smooth stone tile top provides textural a balance. The perfect piece for your entry way or living space, this pared back design is thoughtfully crafted to be enjoyed for many years to come. 

    We encourage you to read more about the beautiful story behind the origins of our Estrella Collection, one that we are very proud of and hold very close to our hearts. Please visit the En Gold Journal to read more.


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    Available for shipping Australia wide.
    Product Details
    Comes in three separate pieces (table top and two bases) with hardware to fix in place. Requires assembly.

    Handcrafted using a unique craft traditional to the Philippine Islands.
    Hand quarried fossilised limestone which is hand carved in to smooth and rough tiles.

    Aligned on a hollow timber carcass which provides a stable form to create the sculptural design.

    Surface tiles are polished and sealed to protect against moisture and stains.

    Care will still need to be taken to ensure you get longevity from your piece.
    Product Variation
    Natural stone comes with its own unique variation and organic flaws. This includes colour and textural variation and should be expected.

    Slight imperfections are a part of the handmade process using this natural material, this is what makes each piece unique and should be expected
    Dimensions & Weight
    • Length 1400mm
    • Depth 450mm
    • Height 750mm
    • Weight Approximately 65kg

    Care
    Please take care when moving your piece. Do not push or drag along ground as this may cause the stone to chip and break off. Always use two people to lift and place your piece down gently in place. If dropped, this may result in stone cracking, chipping and falling off. If it has come in forceful contact with an object or dropped, this may cause structural damage to the timber carcass.

    Avoid contact with substances that contain an acidic component (such as citric foods/drinks or some sticky tapes) as they may cause etching. Avoid direct contact with high pigment liquids, foods and objects that may cause colour transfer.

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