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    Antique metal decorative hanging lamp
    Antique metal decorative hanging lamp
    Antique metal decorative hanging lamp 990.00

    Metal art has been prevalent in India and this lamp takes the inspiration from the Mughal and Persian style. This cylindrical lamp with intricately finely carved jaali designs emanating lights beautifully through the floral carvings in the metal sheet. It can be hanging from wall, ceiling acting as a beautiful chandelier bringing a very stylish appearance to the interiors. The lamp can go with indoors, garden, pooja room and balcony attracting all the attention silently.

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    Antique metal decorative lamp
    Antique metal decorative lamp
    Antique metal decorative lamp 890.00

    Metal art has been prevalent in India and this lamp takes the inspiration from the Mughal and Persian style. This hexagonal star shaped lamp with intricately finely carved circular jaali designs emanating lights beautifully through the floral carvings in the metal sheet. It can be hanging from wall, ceiling acting as a beautiful chandelier bringing a very stylish appearance to the interiors. The metal lantern can go with indoors, garden, pooja room and balcony attracting all the attention silently.

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    Antique metal decorative lantern
    Antique metal decorative lantern
    Antique metal decorative lantern 849.00

    Metal art has been prevalent in India and this lamp takes the inspiration from the Mughal and Persian style with intricately finely carved floral designs emanating lights beautifully through the floral carvings in the metal sheet. It can be hanging from wall, ceiling acting as a beautiful chandelier bringing a very stylish appearance to the interiors. The lamp can go with indoors, garden, pooja room and balcony attracting all the attention silently.

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    Antique Woven Hanging lamp
    Antique Woven Hanging lamp
    Antique Woven Hanging lamp 790.00

    Metal art has been prevalent in India and this lamp takes the inspiration from the Mughal and Persian style. This spherical lamp with intricately finely woven metallic wires emanating lights beautifully through the weavings. It can be hanging from wall, ceiling acting as a beautiful chandelier bringing a very stylish appearance to the interiors. The lamp can go with indoors, garden, pooja room and balcony attracting all the attention silently.

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    Antique Woven Hanging lamp
    Antique Woven Hanging lamp
    Antique Woven Hanging lamp 790.00

    Metal art has been prevalent in India and this lamp takes inspiration from the Mughal and Persian styles. This spherical lamp with intricately finely woven metallic wires emanates lights beautifully through the weavings. A great gift for Diwali, weddings, anniversaries, and other festive occasions. A colourful lantern accentuates the lavishness of your interiors. This hanging lamp can silently flaunt the beauty of your dining area, kitchen, and sitting area creating the perfect vibe for romantic dates!

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    Bamboo Art Painting
    Bamboo Paintings (Framed) 899.00

    Bamboo Art Paintings are prevalent in North East Region of India. Craftsmen work on several types of Bamboo products such as furniture, fabric items, toys, bowls and craft boxes, wind chimes, lamps and lanterns, baskets, mats and decorative items.

    Among the huge range of products, bamboo paintings stand out as the most beautiful decorative piece. Thin strips of bamboo wood are cut to form frames for screens and panels. The paper sketches are pasted on the bamboo screens. 

    Note: It’s normal for Bamboo materials to deform with time and moisture. This doesn’t affect the beauty of these handmade natural decor items.

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    Lord Shiva bamboo painting
    Bamboo Rama Paintings (Framed) 899.00

    Bamboo Art Paintings are prevalent in North East Region of India. Craftsmen work on several types of Bamboo products such as furniture, fabric items, toys, bowls and craft boxes, wind chimes, lamps and lanterns, baskets, mats and decorative items.

    Among the huge range of products, bamboo paintings stand out as the most beautiful decorative piece. Thin strips of bamboo wood are cut to form frames for screens and panels. The paper sketches are pasted on the bamboo screens. 

    Note: It’s normal for Bamboo materials to deform with time and moisture. This doesn’t affect the beauty of these handmade natural decor items.

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    brass buddha statue 3,999.00

    Brass handicrafts have been a traditional craft of Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. They have been in vogue due to their durability, sturdiness and resistance to corrosion. Aligarh craftsmen boast of producing religious idols, animals, statues of famous leaders. These are not just popular in India but exported to countries across the world.

    The base material is brass (60 percent copper and 40 percent zinc). Moulds are used for shaping in the sandcasting process which is then polished. Typically, the production is an assembly line process involving 30-40 craftsmen. Brass sculpting and engraving requires special skills and takes a lot of patience and care. It requires a high level of craftsmanship to finalize the designs and different types of training.

    Brass items can add beauty to all the favourite corners of your home, office and have been the go-to for gifting on many occasions mainly as souvenirs. They beautifully adorn the pooja room and office desk. For cleaning, the brass items should be cleaned with a gentle soap and warm water and wiped with a soft dry cloth.

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    Brass Vishnu/Narayan pooja Shankh 1,990.00

    Brass handicrafts have been a traditional craft of Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. They have been in vogue due to their durability, sturdiness and resistance to corrosion. Aligarh craftsmen boast of producing religious idols, animals, statues of famous leaders. These are not just popular in India but exported to countries across the world.

    The base material is brass (60 percent copper and 40 percent zinc). Moulds are used for shaping in the sandcasting process which is then polished. Typically, the production is an assembly line process involving 30-40 craftsmen. Brass sculpting and engraving requires special skills and takes a lot of patience and care. It requires a high level of craftsmanship to finalize the designs and different types of training.

    Brass items can add beauty to all the favourite corners of your home, office and have been the go-to for gifting on many occasions mainly as souvenirs. They beautifully adorn the pooja room and office desk. For cleaning, the brass items should be cleaned with a gentle soap and warm water and wiped with a soft dry cloth.

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    Decorative showpiece – Brass Giraffe Statue 1,699.00

    Brass handicrafts have been a traditional craft of Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. They have been in vogue due to their durability, sturdiness and resistance to corrosion. Aligarh craftsmen boast of producing religious idols, animals, statues of famous leaders. These are not just popular in India but exported to countries across the world.

    The base material is brass (60 percent copper and 40 percent zinc). Moulds are used for shaping in the sandcasting process which is then polished. Typically, the production is an assembly line process involving 30-40 craftsmen. Brass sculpting and engraving requires special skills and takes a lot of patience and care. It requires a high level of craftsmanship to finalize the designs and different types of training.

    Brass items can add beauty to all the favourite corners of your home, office and have been the go-to for gifting on many occasions mainly as souvenirs. They beautifully adorn the pooja room and office desk. For cleaning, the brass items should be cleaned with a gentle soap and warm water and wiped with a soft dry cloth.

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    Golden Lotus Buddha statue
    Dr B R Ambedkar Brass Statue 4,499.00

    Brass handicrafts have been a traditional craft of Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. They have been in vogue due to their durability, sturdiness and resistance to corrosion. Aligarh craftsmen boast of producing religious idols, animals, statues of famous leaders. These are not just popular in India but exported to countries across the world.

    The base material is brass (60 percent copper and 40 percent zinc). Moulds are used for shaping in the sandcasting process which is then polished. Typically, the production is an assembly line process involving 30-40 craftsmen. Brass sculpting and engraving requires special skills and takes a lot of patience and care. It requires a high level of craftsmanship to finalize the designs and different types of training.

    Brass items can add beauty to all the favourite corners of your home, office and have been the go-to for gifting on many occasions mainly as souvenirs. They beautifully adorn the pooja room and office desk. For cleaning, the brass items should be cleaned with a gentle soap and warm water and wiped with a soft dry cloth.

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    Enlightened Buddha Pattachitra painting 1,349.00

    Pattachitra derives its etymology from words Patta and Chitra meaning Cloth and Picture. The art form is traditionally practiced by painting on the cloth. The artists creating the craft are so well versed with the craft that they typically do not use any pencil or charcoal to create outlines but rather go by free hand style. Historically, the art form is known from the cult of Lord Jagannath Temple in Odisha.

    This art has been famous for using natural colors and production processes. Artists devote their utmost patience and dedication in creating each painting by their own hands. They coat them with natural protective ingredients to protect from any damage.

    Pattachitra has been traditionally been renowned for its intricate details and inscribed folktales and mythological narratives passed over the generations. They are also known for the multicolored manifestation of flora and fauna of the region.

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    Framed Pattachitra painting 1,249.00

    Pattachitra derives its etymology from words Patta and Chitra meaning Cloth and Picture. The art form is traditionally practiced by painting on the cloth. The artists creating the craft are so well versed with the craft that they typically do not use any pencil or charcoal to create outlines but rather go by free hand style. Historically, the art form is known from the cult of Lord Jagannath Temple in Odisha.

    This art has been famous for using natural colors and production processes. Artists devote their utmost patience and dedication in creating each painting by their own hands. They coat them with natural protective ingredients to protect from any damage.

    Pattachitra has been traditionally been renowned for its intricate details and inscribed folktales and mythological narratives passed over the generations. They are also known for the multicolored manifestation of flora and fauna of the region.

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    Framed Pattachitra painting 1,249.00

    Pattachitra derives its etymology from words Patta and Chitra meaning Cloth and Picture. The art form is traditionally practiced by painting on the cloth. The artists creating the craft are so well versed with the craft that they typically do not use any pencil or charcoal to create outlines but rather go by free hand style. Historically, the art form is known from the cult of Lord Jagannath Temple in Odisha.

    This art has been famous for using natural colors and production processes. Artists devote their utmost patience and dedication in creating each painting by their own hands. They coat them with natural protective ingredients to protect from any damage.

    Pattachitra has been traditionally been renowned for its intricate details and inscribed folktales and mythological narratives passed over the generations. They are also known for the multicolored manifestation of flora and fauna of the region.

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    Ganapati decoration – Brass Ganesh Statue
    Ganapati decoration – Brass Ganesh Statue
    Ganapati decoration – Heavy Brass Ganesha statue 2,499.00

    Brass handicrafts have been a traditional craft of Uttar Pradesh. They have been in vogue due to their durability, sturdiness and resistance to corrosion. Craftsmen boast of producing religious idols, animals and statues of famous leaders. These are not just popular in India but exported to countries across the world.

    The base material is brass (60 percent copper and 40 percent zinc) and Moulds are used for shaping in the sandcasting process which is then polished. Typically, the production is an assembly line process involving 30-40 craftsmen because Brass sculpting and engraving requires special skills and takes a lot of patience and care. It requires a high level of craftsmanship to finalize the designs and different types of training.

    Brass items can add beauty to all the favourite corners of your home. They beautifully adorn the pooja room and office desk. Use gentle soap and wipe with soft dry cloth to clean the brass items.

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    Ganesha Pattachitra painting 1,349.00

    Pattachitra derives its etymology from words Patta and Chitra meaning Cloth and Picture. The art form is traditionally practiced by painting on the cloth. The artists creating the craft are so well versed with the craft that they typically do not use any pencil or charcoal to create outlines but rather go by free hand style. Historically, the art form is known from the cult of Lord Jagannath Temple in Odisha.

    This art has been famous for using natural colors and production processes. Artists devote their utmost patience and dedication in creating each painting by their own hands. They coat them with natural protective ingredients to protect from any damage.

    Pattachitra has been traditionally been renowned for its intricate details and inscribed folktales and mythological narratives passed over the generations. They are also known for the multicolored manifestation of flora and fauna of the region.

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