These are examples of marquetry, (often referred to as “inlay”), done by us in our shop.
The top image shows an inlaid skirt. Tables are often missing
some or all of their decorative skirts. These add so much to the
total impact and overall shape of the cabinet that it is a shame to
“restore” a table without it’s skirts or with blank versions. We
research to find the correct design and make a faithful copy.
The bottom image is a rosewood and mahogany in bird’s-eye
maple panel which we made to replace a damaged original.