The Temple Lights

  • Paper Weight
  • Table Ornament
  • Tea Light Holders

Description

Reminiscent of the symmetrical stone disc resting atop most Indian temples, the Temple Lights draw inspiration from the crown of the edifice. Said to resemble a bloomed lotus, a ripe fruit or even the sun surrounded by its infinite rays, the feature is both ubiquitous and timeless.While the pair of holders resemble the crown, the flames of the lit tealights stand in for the delicate kalash or finial that stands spectacularly on the stone disc.Like the unsurpassable feeling of joy experienced by a tired pilgrim upon spotting thespire and the fluttering temple flag, these lamps are sure to add comfort and warmth to any space.

Specifications

  • Size:1 x 4.5in
  • Weight: 465g
  • Material:Stone

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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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