Aninvya Dining Table

Stacked Stones

Early Native American tribes used stacked rocks to create a memorial marking a place of importance. Creating cairns also has a spiritual meaning across many cultures; the act of balancing stones indicates patience and careful physical effort. The practices continued using stacks of rocks to mark water, food sources, land boundaries or other significant places like where a battle occurred or to mark a hunting location. With its piled up spheres and circles, the Aninvya table seems to dance without moving. And then spread its wings like a butterfly. Cabinet-making art lends apparent simplicity to this innovative system for extending a round table.



Closed: 68″ Diam x 29”H
Opened: 90” Diam″ x 29”H

Item: AC-AT-90
Wood Finish Options: American Walnut, Oiled Walnut, Oak, Mahogany, Paldao – refer to wood chart
Extendable swirl top by manual turning action

MADE to Order