Hanale Mirror | CharredWC-295CH
RRP incl. GST | Trade price excl. GST
The Hanale Mirror is made from reclaimed wood in a Shou Sugi Ban finish.
Shou Sugi Ban, is an ancient Japanese exterior finishing technique, which preserves wood by charring it with fire. The technique also achieves a natural black finishing without any of the chemicals common timber stains contain.
We specially source the Hanale Mirror reclaimed wood for its unique weathered characteristics. The wood is reclaimed after being discarded when old Javanese buildings are dismantled, once no longer safe to live in.
After enduring harsh weather conditions for decades, our reclaimed wood develops beautiful character with a rustic, engraved look that adds an element of life to our designs. We embrace these features as a testament to the unique qualities of natural materials; they are an integral and sort after part of our design process. While the design of our reclaimed wood pieces remain the same, every piece will have its own unique characteristics as part of the authenticity of reclaimed wood. This means slight irregularities may occur in size and finish specifications.
W 100cm | D 8cm | H 200cm
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Our collections are mostly individually hand-made pieces. As most of our products are made from natural materials, elements such as texture, colour, and pattern may vary piece to piece.
Reclaimed timbers, naturally weathered materials and off-cuts otherwise discarded are frequently part of Uniqwa design features. Over time, natural splitting, cracking, and loss of natural oils may occur and form part of the characteristics and beauty of Uniqwa products. These are not viewed as imperfections or faults, rather part of the natural life and beauty of timber.
We believe the use of natural materials and hand-crafted elements result is a testament to the unique qualities found in materials originating from nature.
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