The Marquis Di Sorrento
Literally thousands of tiny solid wood inlays are the highlight of this magnificent table fashioned in the style of the John Thurston tables from the 1800’s. The hand-cut inlays alternate from mahogany, black ebony, birds-eye maple and pear wood. The beauty of the Marquis di Sorrento is far from just skin deep. Two solid hardwood beams are interlocked in routed crossbeam slots for extra stability – as opposed to the modern glue method used by imports. And every seam, even inside and underside areas never seen, are sanded and finished.