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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.

  • -35%Limited
    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.

  • -10%Limited
    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.

  • Featured-38%Limited
    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.

  • Featured-35%Limited
    Home decor showpiece
    Home decor showpiece
    Home decor showpiece – Brass Roaring Lion 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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    Inlay wooden Chakki 550.00

    The wooden inlay art of Hoshiarpur, Punjab, which originated around 300 years ago, is a craft of inserting pieces of different material such as bone, shell and wood in the base wooden item to form patterns which are typically found as furniture and decorative artifacts of Punjabi households. An inlay is a technique of inserting pieces of contrasting colors into hollowed-out spaces to form a design. It involves engraving foliage patterns, and simple everyday designs are inlaid with either acrylic, plastic, bronze or camel bone. The ivory inlaid products are most sought not just in India but all around the world which are followed by bone, metal and acrylic inlays.

    The Shisham wood(North Indian Rosewood) is used due to its durability and resistance to warping. Traditional inlay work is usually done using brass or copper wire and Sheesham wood. The patterns are carved into the wood which are then wedged with brass wire or the inlay element.

    Inlay work is not just used for furniture but also for long lasting printing stamps for block painting. Tables, chairs, table and home décor items with Moghul style inlay and floral patterns are very famous.

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    Inlay Wooden Charkha 780.00

    The wooden inlay art of Hoshiarpur, Punjab, which originated around 300 years ago, is a craft of inserting pieces of different material such as bone, shell and wood in the base wooden item to form patterns which are typically found as furniture and decorative artifacts of Punjabi households. An inlay is a technique of inserting pieces of contrasting colors into hollowed-out spaces to form a design. It involves engraving foliage patterns, and simple everyday designs are inlaid with either acrylic, plastic, bronze or camel bone. The ivory inlaid products are most sought not just in India but all around the world which are followed by bone, metal and acrylic inlays.

    The Shisham wood(North Indian Rosewood) is used due to its durability and resistance to warping. Traditional inlay work is usually done using brass or copper wire and Sheesham wood. The patterns are carved into the wood which are then wedged with brass wire or the inlay element.

    Inlay work is not just used for furniture but also for long lasting printing stamps for block painting. Tables, chairs, table and home décor items with Moghul style inlay and floral patterns are very famous.

    Out of stock

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    Inlay Wooden Elephant
    Inlay Wooden Elephant
    Inlay Wooden Elephant 1,249.00

    The wooden inlay art of Hoshiarpur, Punjab, which originated around 300 years ago, is a craft of inserting pieces of different material such as bone, shell and wood in the base wooden item to form patterns which are typically found as furniture and decorative artifacts of Punjabi households. An inlay is a technique of inserting pieces of contrasting colors into hollowed-out spaces to form a design. It involves engraving foliage patterns, and simple everyday designs are inlaid with either acrylic, plastic, bronze or camel bone. The ivory inlaid products are most sought not just in India but all around the world which are followed by bone, metal and acrylic inlays.

    The Shisham wood(North Indian Rosewood) is used due to its durability and resistance to warping. Traditional inlay work is usually done using brass or copper wire and Sheesham wood. The patterns are carved into the wood which are then wedged with brass wire or the inlay element.

    Inlay work is not just used for furniture but also for long lasting printing stamps for block painting. Tables, chairs, table and home décor items with Moghul style inlay and floral patterns are very famous.

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    Makkhan Handi and chakki combo Showpiece 1,290.00

    The wooden inlay art of Hoshiarpur, Punjab, which originated around 300 years ago, is a craft of inserting pieces of different material such as bone, shell and wood in the base wooden item to form patterns which are typically found as furniture and decorative artifacts of Punjabi households. An inlay is a technique of inserting pieces of contrasting colors into hollowed-out spaces to form a design. It involves engraving foliage patterns, and simple everyday designs are inlaid with either acrylic, plastic, bronze or camel bone. The ivory inlaid products are most sought not just in India but all around the world which are followed by bone, metal and acrylic inlays.

    The Shisham wood(North Indian Rosewood) is used due to its durability and resistance to warping. Traditional inlay work is usually done using brass or copper wire and Sheesham wood. The patterns are carved into the wood which are then wedged with brass wire or the inlay element.

    Inlay work is not just used for furniture but also for long lasting printing stamps for block painting. Tables, chairs, table and home décor items with Moghul style inlay and floral patterns are very famous.

    Out of stock

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    Postbox Money Savings Bank 390.00

    The wood utility and décor items with beautiful carvings hail from Saharanpur manufactured using Shisham wood. It is influenced by Kashmiri and Mughal designs. Jaali, Chisel work and leaf patterns are famous amongst the products intricately carved by the artisans devoting hours and patience in creating a single piece of craft. Not just limited to Shisham, these products also feature Teak wood, deodar, ebony, redwood, rosewood, red cedar, sal and many others are the wood from India.

    The products range from home décor, furniture, kitchen and dining utility etc. These products started getting fame around the world and have been exported to the countries around the world. These products bring a rich and luxurious value addition to the spaces with exquisite carved designs. Often used for gifting, these wooden products with their carvings and inlay designs can be lavish for all the spaces and for every relation.

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    radha krishna brass 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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    Showpiece for home – Brass Peacock Figurine 4,999.00

    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 (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. 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.

    These 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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    Wooden Inlay Katori – Set of 3 899.00

    The wooden inlay art of Hoshiarpur, Punjab, which originated around 300 years ago, is a craft of inserting pieces of different material such as bone, shell and wood in the base wooden item to form patterns which are typically found as furniture and decorative artifacts of Punjabi households. An inlay is a technique of inserting pieces of contrasting colors into hollowed-out spaces to form a design. It involves engraving foliage patterns, and simple everyday designs are inlaid with either acrylic, plastic, bronze or camel bone. The ivory inlaid products are most sought not just in India but all around the world which are followed by bone, metal and acrylic inlays.

    The Shisham wood(North Indian Rosewood) is used due to its durability and resistance to warping. Traditional inlay work is usually done using brass or copper wire and Sheesham wood. The patterns are carved into the wood which are then wedged with brass wire or the inlay element.

    Inlay work is not just used for furniture but also for long lasting printing stamps for block painting. Tables, chairs, table and home décor items with Moghul style inlay and floral patterns are very famous.

  • -26%LimitedSold Out
    Wooden Inlay Makkhan Handi / Dahi handi 890.00

    The wooden inlay art of Hoshiarpur, Punjab, which originated around 300 years ago, is a craft of inserting pieces of different material such as bone, shell and wood in the base wooden item to form patterns which are typically found as furniture and decorative artifacts of Punjabi households. An inlay is a technique of inserting pieces of contrasting colors into hollowed-out spaces to form a design. It involves engraving foliage patterns, and simple everyday designs are inlaid with either acrylic, plastic, bronze or camel bone. The ivory inlaid products are most sought not just in India but all around the world which are followed by bone, metal and acrylic inlays.

    The Shisham wood(North Indian Rosewood) is used due to its durability and resistance to warping. Traditional inlay work is usually done using brass or copper wire and Sheesham wood. The patterns are carved into the wood which are then wedged with brass wire or the inlay element.

    Inlay work is not just used for furniture but also for long lasting printing stamps for block painting. Tables, chairs, table and home décor items with Moghul style inlay and floral patterns are very famous.

    Out of stock

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    Wooden Inlay Mobile Stand 680.00

    The wooden inlay art of Hoshiarpur, Punjab, which originated around 300 years ago, is a craft of inserting pieces of different material such as bone, shell and wood in the base wooden item to form patterns which are typically found as furniture and decorative artifacts of Punjabi households. An inlay is a technique of inserting pieces of contrasting colors into hollowed-out spaces to form a design. It involves engraving foliage patterns, and simple everyday designs are inlaid with either acrylic, plastic, bronze or camel bone. The ivory inlaid products are most sought not just in India but all around the world which are followed by bone, metal and acrylic inlays.

    The Shisham wood(North Indian Rosewood) is used due to its durability and resistance to warping. Traditional inlay work is usually done using brass or copper wire and Sheesham wood. The patterns are carved into the wood which are then wedged with brass wire or the inlay element.

    Inlay work is not just used for furniture but also for long lasting printing stamps for block painting. Tables, chairs, table and home décor items with Moghul style inlay and floral patterns are very famous.

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