Nowadays things are very practical, but not made to last. For example now you pay very little for a clock, so when it breaks you simply buy another one instead of trying to fix it, as there are no people who can fix clocks any more. It’s the time for consumerism. However, there still are some people that long for the high quality stuff made at least one century ago and try to purchase some items that have been restored and repaired and now look great. Dining Table in Rosewood Mahogany and Marble is the best example I have in mind. It is a very beautiful and sturdy dining table that was manufactured at Bonta in the 1950’s.
It was made in Buenos Aires, Argentina out of rosewood, mahogany and marble. This combination of materials shows class and style, as all three of them are luxury materials, so pretty expensive and preferred by rich people. Actually rosewood and mahogany and marble remind me of the furniture I read about some time in the past, during the reign of kings in France, before the French Revolution. The table is very well preserved and the combination of marble and wood is at least interesting and spectacular. It is estimated to be worth $8,600. For more information contact Svenskamobler.