Furnishings of ancient Roman villas were the source of inspiration for the Roman Bar Table. The mansions on the Palatine were enriched with all the spoils of Greece and Asia. Our knowledge of Roman furniture is largely indirect, because only such articles have come down to us as were made of stone or metal. Fortunately the secondary sources are abundant and good. Many articles are incidentally described in works of literature and many more are shown in the wall paintings. The most important record of furniture of the Roman period is the collection of carbonized furniture from Pompeii and Herculaneum. While the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 CE was tremendously destructive to the region, ironically the hot ash that engulfed the towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum preserved the furniture in carbonized form. Ancient Roman furniture was normally made of wood. Expensive examples were often fitted with metalwork elements. In exactly the same manner, the Roman Bar Table is constructed of wood with metalwork elements. It was designed by award-winning designer Shah Gilani, ISFD. With its exquisite detailing, it makes a unique bar table for upscale residential and hospitality interiors. Robust wood construction allows the base to support a heavy stone top with ease. It is offered in a variety of finishes and accents. Custom sizing is available.
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