90cm high x 110cm wide x 50cm deep
There’s no end to potential for positioning the extraordinary for dazzling effect. The smart patterning speaks a language of symbolism open to many interpretations to constantly inspire your thoughts and musings.
Sophisticated, unique and statemented, the inlaid can display the finest ornaments whilst making its mark in the room as a piece of artwork in its own right. Immaculately crafted hardwood set in a combination of traditional and modern ensures a stolid, durable and long lasting Indian capable of housing both heavy items as well as protecting delicate heirlooms.
Fine attention is paid to detail both within and without the , for a hand painted smooth finish to internal – there’s no part of this inlay that doesn’t stand up to its display potential. Allow yourself a rare piece of inlay that will be a continuous source of joy.
Each mirror piece of inlay you see is cut by trained hands that have inherited the wisdom of their forefathers and combined it with the confidence of their own skilled experience, in an expression of creative inspiration natural to the artists of Rajasthan, long patronised by royalty, Indian makers are flourishing now more than ever with International appreciation of these oriental arts.
We enjoy a long standing friendship with the artists who create for us and frequent trips to meet and work closely with them ensure we can be confident everyone is content, with fair trading standards and good working conditions. This reciprocal partnership forms a firm foundation for creative, innovative expressions from the heart of India’s land of .
It also means we can bring you original, unique and even creations. If you see a pattern you like here, a colour you prefer there, and you have a specific piece in mind, get in touch and we will furnish you with a quote directly. There is no extra charge for pieces because, as you can see here, the artists are creative and treat every item as unique. We can, however have any number of other items crafted for you to match the pattern you see above.