SIDE TABLE PRIMA – IRON BLACK – 40x40cm
Side table in black Zellige, available in two different patterns.
- Black zellige top – traditional Moroccan tiles
- The top is made up of pieces of zellige meticulously cut by our passionate craftsmen, so the surface is irregular and full of character. This discrepancy between the pieces is a guarantee of authentic, time-honoured expertise.
- Finish: Brass or black iron
- Dimensions : W.40 cm x D.40 cm x H.40 cm
- It can be used both indoors and outdoors, as long as it is protected from inclement weather with a canvas cover and brought indoors in winter.
- Each piece is unique and handmade, so the colors vary, and irregularities may be present.
It can be used as a table lamp in a living room or as a bedside table in a bedroom… Its size is ideal to give character even to small spaces. The white zellige and brass will catch the light, while the black zellige and black iron will give it a timeless look.
Each piece is unique and handcrafted, so colours vary and irregularities may be present
Dimensions: 40 x 40 cm
Tray in zellige – traditional Moroccan earthenware tiles from Fez
Golden version: Iron structure covered with brass
Black version: Iron, black powder coated paint
To protect your floor, please lift your table when moving it
Indoor use only
Table top to be fixed on the leg with the screws included in the delivery
Find all our detailed maintenance advice on our dedicated “Maintenance advice” page
This piece is handmade in Marrakech, in our own workshops, where our zellige workers and our ironworkers are working together.
In perfect mastery of their art, they work together to give life to this table, which is striking for its refined simplicity and unique design.
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Our Prima collection, entirely made in our workshops in Marrakech, plays the card of a pure design. The fineness of its base highlights the raw beauty of the zellige, and blends in with any interior.
Discover the coffee tables, consoles and side tables of this elegant and stylish line, marking the encounter between Morocco and France. We love the contemporary presence of black iron, we love the light of brass.