Ferniture, via Habitat Horticulture.
If you’re into “green” / living furniture (and, really, who isn’t?!), additional examples can be found in earlier Gardens in Unexpected Places posts here.
the pun, it’s as glorious as the design
I WANTED THE THING AND THEN I SAW THE NAME AND GOT MAD. :|
Table made of wood faced with ebony, ivory and mother-of-pearl, the table top a twelve-sided Iznik tile, Turkey (Iznik and Istanbul), ca. 1560.
"This type of wooden table with a ceramic tile top held trays of food and drink. It would have used in an Ottoman palace, set before guests who sat on a low bench, or divan, built against the walls.
Many large polygonal tiles survive from the Ottoman period, but this example is one of the very few that still serves its original purpose as a table top. It was made in Iznik, north-west Anatolia, which was known as a centre of ceramic production.”