The tray illustrates a beautiful and delicate scenery from Rama's adobe in Panchavati during his exile. The motif is enclosed in a pure minimalist design with rare combination of white oak and stainless steel. The motifs of swans and flamingo are intricately cut in silk paper and sandwiched between two glasses. The tray is sealed with silica gel to ensure limited waterproofing.
About the Art:
Sanjhi is an art of paper stenciling using special scissors. These stencils were erstwhile used to create floor decorations (rangolis) in Lord Krishna Temples.
About the Artisan
The ancient art form Sanjhi, an art of paper cutting, is handcrafted by Mohan Verma and Vijay Verma (Mathura, India)
- Fragile item handle with care
- Avoid direct contact with flame or water
- Clean with dry cloth only
- Handicraft marks borne by the products are owing to its handmade nature and add to the beauty of the product