The white chrisom table has been created from two slabs of English Yew from the West Sussex downs. The Yew was acquired after it was blown down in a storm in 2011. The tree was approximately 300 years old. After they have been sawn the individual slabs are hand picked and kiln dried for approximately 6 weeks to reduce the moisture content. They are then handcrafted and finished in a black and white lava coat to create a seamless bond & finished piece.