Jason Scott Flagstaff Desk
Jason Scott Flagstaff Desk

Jason Scott Flagstaff Desk

Regular price$6,128.00
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*6 Drawer

Dimensions
73" x 32" x 31"

Jason Scott carries on to create with his team of over two-hundred craftsmen to design beautiful, quality heirloom pieces of furniture, and with three factory warehouses throughout Java, Indonesia, his business continues to meet the needs of his clientele in the United States. Jason Scott uses teak wood which is considered to be the highest quality wood world wide. These exquisite handcrafted works are perfect for any type of setting. Customization available.

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*White Glove/Blanket Wrapped Delivery Available.

Why Don't Product Colors Match What I See on my Screen?

We do our best to portray all of our products as accurately as possible, but the colors of our custom leathers and upholstery may differ slightly in person from how they appear online. This is due to disparities in display devices. Colors typically appear brighter or more intense when viewed on a screen, and images can also vary from screen to screen based on the brightness settings and color calibration of your device. We do our best to ensure that all of our product photos are color calibrated and as accurate as possible. If you are concerned about the color(s) of a particular piece, please give us a call at (817) 490-0082. We are happy to answer all of your questions and will ensure that you are happy with your purchase.

old world craftsmanship

master carvers

These exquisite works of reclaimed teak are salvaged from abandoned structures and handcrafted using a unique ten step process of wire brushing, scraping with broken glass, burning, waxing, rubbing with empty bottles, and state-of-the-art kiln drying.

Jason Scott Collection
Ancient Secrets

The “Jason Scott Collection” was born in a small village where he began manufacturing furniture. These exquisite works of reclaimed teak are salvaged from abandoned structures and handcrafted using a unique ten step process of wire brushing, scraping with broken glass, burning, waxing, rubbing with empty bottles, and state-of-the-art kiln drying.

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