Ancient Egyptian table is handcrafted of the finest wood, Mahogany wood. Mahogany wood is used since ancient Egyptian times; however, the usage of wood was rare in Ancient Egypt. Mahogany wood is known for its beautiful designs, strength, and beautiful colors. Strong wood can bear any kind of pressure. The table has a flexible design that can be folded and locked upright so you can store it in any place.
Historical scenes of offerings are depicted on the table, reflecting Ancient Egypt's spirit. On top of the table, there is a scene of two laborers making offerings to King Osiris. They are asking for the king’s blessings and forgiveness. The feather on the head of the first laborer reveals the good pure heart of him as he is honest in his asking. There are decorations of lotus flowers, which are the symbols for peace and love. These flowers are depicted in the scene along with some hieroglyphic letters in the name of The King. On the top of the scene, there is the winged bird, which is a sign for justice and balance of the king Osiris. Another two historical scenes of offerings are depicted on the table.
Nacre, Mother of pearl shell, is hand-inlaid on the table surface and its two sides. It enriches the table with a marble colorful effect. Mother of pearl shell is a natural kind of decoration that is extracted from the biomaterial that forms inside molluscan shells, as well as it makes up the outer coating of pearls. It has multiple uses in architecture, fashion, and music instruments. The natural Nacre tesserae are cut into small shapes then tinted with any color for decoration.