Sheesh Mahal Coasters

Description

Inspired by the alcoves on the walls of the Sheesh Mahal, the fabled hall of mirrors in Mughal Palaces and Rajput forts, these intricately designed coasters are meant to adorn your cups and glasses with the arresting essence of some of India’s greatest luxuries. Each miniature arch has a vessel brimming with drink and these coasters are not only unique accessories, but also tiny windows to a splendid past.

Specifications

  • Size:4 x 4 x 0.25 in
  • Material:Stained engineered wood with adhesive metal sheet

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This is a unique creation, upon order the lead time is 2 weeks, during which the master craftsman crafts or finishes the creation

This is a handcrafted product therefore slight variation in color or design may occur. Small irregularities are distinctive and are inherent to the beauty of this creation as it is meticulously crafted by hand.

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