Wooden Inlay Mobile Stand
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.
Shisham wood is a beauty by virtue of its color. This white inlay design wooden mobile stand is beautiful with the mesmerizing geometrical inlay patterns the artisans have created with utmost love and patience. An ideal gift for every art lover who is keen on adding beautiful art to their interiors to elevate the beauty. This wooden mobile holder is a very useful gift for students and office goers to flaunt their phones and match their artistic taste. This is an eco friendly white inlay wooden mobile stand and would be a perfect decor for your desk and study table at Home, Office and every other favourite space.
|Product Dimensions||9 cm * 3 cm * 17 cm|
|Included Components||1 Wooden Inlay showpiece|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Specialty||Traditional handicraft Shisham Handcrafted Wooden Inlay Mobile Holder|
|Tags||Handcrafted Wooden Inlay Mobile Holder, Utility handicraft|