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Quetzal Tray Table - Ivory

£165

Colour: Ivory
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Sizing

1 x Round Tray (Medium or Large)

1 x Tray Table Stand (Medium or Large)

Tray Table Stand height: 53cm 

Medium Tray diameter: 39cm 

Large Tray diameter: 46cm

Details & Care

Collaboration with Jamida, Swedish experts in Scandinavian homeware 

Tray: Handcrafted from birch wood in Öland, Sweden

Certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) 

Dishwasher safe 

Stand: Powder finish steel 

Handcrafted in Sweden

delivery & returns

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UK Delivery starts from £7.95.

US and Rest of World Delivery will be calculated at checkout, starting from $20/£25.

Europe Delivery will be calculated at checkout, starting from £15.

Returns and exchanges are accepted within 14 days of delivery in accordance with our policy - for full information on Delivery and Returns please click here.

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Quetzal Tray Table - Ivory

£165

Behind the Design

Escape into the clouds and soar amongst the birds with Emma J Shipley’s design “Quetzal”. Inspired by the breathtaking beauty of Costa Rica’s Cloud Forest, featuring the mesmerising Resplendent Quetzal birds at its heart, amongst the flora and fauna of Emma’s imagined world. These elusive creatures are surrounded by other enchanting wildlife such as hummingbirds, bats, lizards, and a tiger heron, all perched upon the vines and moss of the forest. The animals have been given a surreal and fantastical twist, drawing inspiration from Edward Lear's whimsical illustrations and Georges Méliès' science fiction films from the early 1900s.