The light shimmers across the tones of sea-harvested mother of pearl in the inlay mirror, shifting with your movement and the changing light of the day. A focal piece for a bedroom or hallway, don’t leave the Indian mirror in the shadows but bring it out where it can shine for all to enjoy.
Mother of pearl inlay originated in the days of the early Rajput dynasties, commissioned by kings for the palaces still adorned with this today. The intensely high standard of craft work is maintained even now thanks to the long standing history of Royal patronage, helping the art to flourish through the ages. A piece of hand crafted mother of pearl inlay furniture is a prestigious treasure indeed.
Our artisan craftsmen work with the finest materials, ethically sourced and thoroughly tested and prepared, with each woodworking joint finished to perfection for a mosaic mirror of strength, solidity and endurance. A piece of Indian furniture is crafted to last. With its roots in the past, built to continue into the future, this is not furniture made for fashion but a timelessly styled piece of carpentry made for serious appreciation.
We enjoy frequent visits to the makers of this fine furniture and can celebrate good friendship and relations with the creators of the inlay furniture we are happy to share with our clients. We can offer a luxury bespoke service at no extra cost and encourage you to get in touch with your requirements.
If there is a chest of drawers, cabinet or maybe even a coffee table you would like to see in your hallway, living room or bedroom, a simple email to us will furnish you with a quote, free from obligation. Or maybe you would like this mother of pearl mirror in a different colour, shape or size. Be creative. Peruse the colours and patterns you see here and let us know what you would like.
Indian furniture hand made for you makes its way to us over the high seas on a voyage from the orient to your door. We keep you informed at each stage of its process, making the arrangements for delivery that suit you best when the time comes.