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Product description

From the green fingered displays of house plants and succulents to keepsakes and collectables, the Shuri display case provides a stylish backdrop. Handcrafted from sustainable mango wood, the natural tones of the wood have tactile appeal.

Words of Wisdom

Our mango wood pieces are created from sustainable mango wood. The Mango trees are initially grown for their fruit, harvested over a number of years. Once the trees have stopped bearing fruit, they can be cut down and used to make our wooden pieces. This allows farmers to plant more trees and provides them with a supplementary income.

Product Details

Product SKU Size Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight (kg)
SP4101 35 x 61 x 36cm 35cm x 61cm x 36cm 8.4kg
Size for Returns
Dpd x
Colour
Natural Mango Wood
Material
Mango Wood & Glass
Finish
Textured
Suitable for Outdoor Use
No
Country of Origin
India

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Working with wood is an ancient art form and the carpenters that skilfully create our collections, from chopping boards to coffee tables, hone the age-old skills of their forefathers whilst embracing new and exciting designs for the future.

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Ethical. Eco Friendly. Handmade.

The materials we work with shape our collections and play a key part in our look and values. We choose to work with natural, recycled and reclaimed materials through sustainable methods of production. Whether it’s the makers’ distinctive style, the character of the piece or the inspiration behind its origins, there’s always more to tell than meets the eye. Every product has a story...