Hand Sculpted Wall Cabinet with Lapis Lazuli | Cabinet

Hand Sculpted Wall Cabinet with Lapis Lazuli is an off-round wall cabinet with a fragment of Lapis Lazuli stone fragment, estimated some 65 million years old and found in the Sar-e-Sang mines in Badakchan, Afghanistan.
The Oxidized and waxed aluminium structure and butterfly hinged doors serve as a contrasting canvass to the precious stone. This wall cabinet with four compartments is as functional as it is an artistic statement to a wall.

Each piece is unique and signed. 

Pierre De Valck shares his passion for archeology and historical artifacts in a line of contemporary furniture--a rediscovery of ancient past on modern pieces.

Dimensions: DIA96 D22 CM
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PIERRE DE VALCK Pierre De Valck (1991) born in Brussels, is a Ghent-based designer with a childhood fascination for archeology and collecting historical artefacts. His furniture attempts to harness the power of ancient geological processes in a contemporary bodice. Modern antiquities that allow the rediscovery of an ancestral past. Pierre De Valck manually encrusts each piece of furniture with unique minerals and stones of exceptional historical value. Leaving the mineral... Read more Fill 1 Copy 7