Painting on Teak LEELAWADEE II
Partly from old shutters, or from other old utensils made of teak wood, a small work of art was created by hand here in the north of Thailand.
Reclaimed and hand-painted with the national flower of Thailand, the Leelawadee, or Frangipani, Plumeria, or Temple Tree.
Rustic, and especially unusual and unique than with this painting on teak wood is barely possible. Especially the smaller variants are often remnants of centuries-old, small Thai style houses from the mountains in the north of Thailand.
Make your living room distinctive and unique, with one of those fancy paintings!
Please understand that the size and the painting may differ from the product image, but here you can secure yourself an absolutely unique piece.
Dimensions HxWxD approx .: 87x30x3cm
Material: Teak Wood
Scope of supply: 1x Painting on Teak LEELAWADEE
Country of origin: Thailand
Deviations from the article picture:
Color / grain: low
Please note that the product pictures are only examples! The individual articles differ in their unique nature in shape, color and grain. Small indentations, discolorations, cracks or scratches are not uncommon in these natural articles. Wood is a living material that has naturally grown and works accordingly a bit more. All items are handmade, correspondingly are small errors in the article, odd surfaces, etc. normal deviations. All brand names and images shown in the picture belong to their respective owners and are used here only for size representation.