Darren Myburgh & Ernst Mittermair
This beautiful server with its vibrant colours will liven up any space in your home. The front edge is pockmarked following the natural contour of the jackalberry slab. Streamlined oval legs complement the natural wood, adding an elegant touch to the server.
The jackalberry varies from a shrub to a large tree with a long straight stem.
WHERE ARE THEY FOUND?
The tree is found throughout Africa and most commonly grows in the savannas.
The wood is hard and heavy with a fine grain, and very suitable for floors, high-quality furniture, cabinets, musical instruments and turnery. The trunks are also used to make canoes.
The wood is characterised by knots and ranges in colour from light reddish-brown to very dark brown – which makes it a lovely wood to create intricate carvings.