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The Wishbone Collection boasts a variety of beautiful woodgrain cabinets that are highlighted by the contrast of their ebonized supports. Wishbone Credenza displays a 3 tier construction that isolates its slab top and two sets of cabinet components for a deconstructed yet contemoprarily stylized aesthetic. Each tier is supported by Ebonized White Ash separator blocks (with the exception of the Whitewashed White Ash version with Whitewashed separator blocks). The Credenza has adjustable leveler feet for additional support.
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Returns: No returns are accepted on this product.
Material(s): Natural wood, ebonized wood separator blocks
Dimensions: 78" W X 18" D X 36" H
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Designer: Jacob Marks
Jacob Marks was recently named one of the top 50 young designers of the Americas (Young Designers: Americas, Daab). His work is rooted in a philosophy that argues for the inextricability of good design and fine workmanship. Marks serves as principal and lead designer for Skram Furniture Company based in the U.S.A. His designs for Skram are defined by distinctive austerity and warmth and a timeless quality accentuated by the use of natural materials like timber, leather, stone, and metal.
He is distinguished for his graceful seating elements and spare, rectilinear casegoods and tables ó unique in their negotiation of proportion, line and visual weight ó Marksí designs have garnered international praise and been showcased in a range of residential and commercial spaces throughout the world.View other products by Jacob Marks
Based in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, Skram has for decades been a hub of furniture manufacturing. Skramís successful rise is the result of a model of manufacturing that achieves sustainable growth through the creation of objects of enduring value and sound design.Skramís approach to manufacturing is rooted in the belief that the objects produced by a society are a reflection of the character and priorities of that society. The company seeks to promote an interpretation of sustainability that directly impacts not only what is produced, but also the mode of production. Thus, Skram furniture brings the artisan back to the factory, producing objects on a scale that permits the fulfillment of volume orders without sacrificing the attention to detail expected by its customers.
Skram emphasizes sustainable practices, authentic materials, and extraordinary workmanship. Skilled craftsmen utilize a mix of traditional techniques and cutting-edge fabrication processes to create products that meet the highest standards of precision and durability. With expertise in a wide range of materials--including timber, hardwood veneer, assorted metals, leather, and stone--the companyís products are uniquely suited to diverse settings from residential to commercial and hospitality.
Skram strives to minimize waste and the use of noxious chemicals, and to use responsibly harvested materials. As part of its ongoing program to mitigate the harmful effects associated with manufacturing, Skram uses non-toxic adhesives and industrial-strength, low-VOC, water-based polyurethane finishes. Additionally, the company is committed to broadening itís offering of certified timber options as they become available in consistent quantity and quality. Locally harvested materials also constitute an important source of timber for Skram. In 2008, the company transitioned to a LEED contributing, formaldehyde-free, 100% pre-consumer recycled content substrate in veneered products. Skram is a member of American Forests, the Rainforest Alliance, and the Sustainable Furnishings Council.View other products from Skram