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Ebony Collections brings classic furniture from Chennai currently displayed at Zoroastrian Club


IF YOU have been thinking of decorating your home by adding some new pieces of furniture, and are unable to make up your mind as regards the stuff, you can opt for furniture in wood, which will last you a lifetime. Ebony Collections brings classic furniture in beautiful woodwork from Chennai.

Crafted by a team of renowned artisans and design professionals using traditional and ancient fire-based furniture making methods, the collection presents tables, chests, sofas, chairs, slim consoles and bedroom furniture in seasoned Burmese teak and rose wood. The furniture range is available in deep-toned Presido and a light clear Marina finish options in the Classic, Contemporary and English Furniture lines respectively.


Drop in to choose the sets and single pieces at the Ebony Collection exhibition that is on view at the Zoroastrian Club, opposite Anand Theatre, till October 5, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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