Following the Mexican Civil War in the mid-1800s began an immense movement to convert forestry lands into farming. The remnants of the forestry are now used in the construction of these pieces. Stumps long buried take on an abstract beauty through years of burrowing insects and the petrification of the wood. Due to the reclaiming of these woods, it is not clear as to what species the styles are created; each piece will be unique in tone, texture, and color. Rajuela is nature at it's most raw made from a Guanacaste sliced tree trunk with an inlaid secondary piece in the center creates a fluid pattern. A true work of art.
Dimensions: W 42" x D 38" x H 17"