Putting aside the aesthetics for a moment, the real beauty of teak antique reproduction furniture is the value for money; an average reproduction can cost much less than its antique counterpart particularly the more lavish exuberant designs, specifically copies of rarer pieces. As for craftsmanship, you needn’t necessarily sacrifice this to own a quality piece, although more expensive than a factory manufactured item many companies pride themselves on creating hand-crafted reproductions using traditional methods, often with the option of having a bespoke piece made to order.
These high quality pieces are made using similar, if not the same material as the originals the only differences being the name (manufacturer) associated with the item and the age or originality. In terms of style and design teak antique reproduction furniture offers a huge degree of versatility, as the name suggests it covers a vast period of time, the advantage that this gives prospective buyers is they can select items to fit with their current décor or redecorate all together in a specific fashion. Popular periods include classical English and European (mainly French and Italian) ranging from the 18th – 19th century, recent times have also seen a surge in cultural antique reproduction furniture such as Chinese and Indian.