Here at Gather Co we want to ensure that the gap between your screen and our surfaces is bridged. As such, we have developed this Texture Guide to provide a general understanding of the finishes across our collection and to offer a sense of the ‘feel’ you can expect from each variety.
*Please note: This is intended as a guide only. Some surfaces may sit outside the prescribed finish as stated below. It is not a Slip Rating, you’ll find that in the “Resources and Installation” section at the bottom of each product page.
Indian Marble Pedestal Planters
Finish: Hand PolishedIndicates a low lead time item.
Drawing from the European colonial influence of India, the Zayn marble pedestal is an alluring mix of mid-century design and traditional Indian craftsmanship.
Made from Rajnagar marble and sculpted on an oversized lathe, the Zayn can work both indoors and outdoors, though it does include a hole at the base for drainage, allowing easy transformation into a water feature.
Available in differing sizes but only limited pieces, the Zayn is part of the lingering legacy of British design on the subcontinent.
• Please note that there is one size larger (unpictured). Refer to "Specifications" document for details.
• Made from Rajnagar Marble and then sculpted on an oversized lathe.
• Mid-century European design meets Indian craftsmanship.
• Suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.
• Hole through base to allow for drainage - easily plugged for water feature use.
• Available in various sizes but only limited pieces.
Marble has played a significant role in traditional architecture throughout Rajasthan and across much of modern-day India.
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Jodhpur - Rising from the stark and arid Thar desert, Jodhpur is an urban oasis that sprawls out from its centuries old original settlement. Known as the ‘Sun City’ for its year-round sunshine and bright weather it stands out in India’s exotic Rajasthan region for its forts, palaces and temples.
Marble - is a metamorphic rock made up of carbonate minerals that have been recrystallized. The patterned veins and swirls found throughout marble is the result of impurities such as sand, clay and silt originally formed in layers of limestone.