The Danube Delta table is an industrious and thorough construction made of oak wood and clay filling. The recipe is identical with the one used by locals to build their homes: yellow clay brought in the wain from the heartland of the delta, chopped yard plants, horse manure from the stables. The husband procured the clay, made reinforcements out of braided wicker, while the wife

kneaded and glued the clay on the structure. A warm texture that transcends your senses into the realms of the water.

boiled and peeled wicker braidings, yellow clay, chopped plants, horse manure, oak wood, wrought iron. artisans: Costel Crimschi, Verginica Crimschi, Toader Calciu, Ciprian Manda. designer: Ciprian Manda.