Jean-Michel Frank French Art Deco Straw Marquetry box c. 1930 | From a unique collection of antique and modern decorative boxes at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/decorative-boxes/
Using Indian rose wood inlaid with maple - what makes these so striking is the balance between the natural and the artificial - using laser cutting technology to create the inlay forms and the form of the furniture creates a truly twenty first century piece using a traditional 18th century technique. The aesthetic is a strong one being driven by studio Job at the moment as also demonstrated by their wall paper for the Viktor and Rolf show in Paris earlier this month
Achille Salvagni - Maison Gerard Giò Double door bar cabinet. Royal oak marquetry with a patinated brass top, inset handles, and decoration. Legs in gun metal patinated bronze. Interior back in antique mirrored glass, with clear glass shelves
J. M. Frank Inspired Coffee Table in Straw Marquetry Each piece of wheat, rye or oat straw is opened, flattened and dyed by hand. Then its clean, iridescent patterns are inlaid on boxes, small furniture, or walls.