In Venetian seafaring language, the “Chimenti” are the gaps between the boards orming a ship’s planking, ful of oakum and colofonia, a vegetable resin. Chimenti table is made of three oak planks obtained by Venetian
“bricola” plainsaw, traditional timber poles planted in he Lagoon seabed.
After an accurate and patient craftmanhip, this precious planks are submerged in a special transparent resin tht returns their underwater apearance and left intentionaly intact the external surface of this characteistic salvaged wood, in orde for the markings left by tides and mollucs to act as reminders of thir Lagoon sojourn.
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