Handcrafted with the fusion of marble & wood in Round shape
White Marble & Mango Wood
(L * W * H) = (4.0 * 4.0 * 0.5) Inch
White & Brown
- Does not come with a glass as shown in the image.
- As this product is handcrafted, there might be a slight colour or design variation, which is natural and hence makes the product unique.
Mughal architecture is synonymous with beautiful Indian stones such as marble and soapstone that were prominently used to make tombs and mausoleums in between the 16th & the 19th century. Apart from the stonework, these monuments were often recognized by intricate floral and jali patterns that highlighted the detailed ancient heritage of Mughal Art and culture. A notable example of Mughal stonework is the Taj Mahal that is world-famous for its rhythmic combination of architectonic style and use of ivory marble that envelops its exterior entirety. This timeless wonder is a symbol of love that tells the legends of emperor Shah Jahan who got inspired by Mughal architecture and used Indian marble to create a beauty for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. This monument carries with it a spirit of Mughal Era that one can experience just by catching a glimpse.
Inspired from the Mughal era architecture, 'Mughal Marvels - Inspired from the Mughal Era' is a collection of home decor, lighting and tableware items comprising of coasters, chopping boards, incense stick holders, and aroma diffusers that are beguilingly depicting the amalgamation of wood and marble and iridescence look of the soapstones in a simple and classy way. Handcrafted from Banswara and Kayampura marbles, Mango wood and soapstones with detailed precision and grace, these decor items are crafted in different geometric shapes in simple yet elegant colours by the supremely skilled artisans of India. They are ideal for decorating your interiors as they create a peaceful and calm ambience in the surroundings. The intricate hand carving done in the form of floral patterns on some of the soapstone items of this collection, creates mesmerizing designs on your surrounding walls, giving your place a warm and inviting look. These decor items are indeed a 'must-have' for your homes.
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The 'White Rounded' from the collection 'Mughal Marvels - Inspired from the Mughal Era' is a set of 4 round coasters handcrafted in marble and mango wood in wonderful textures of the marble and natural grains of the wood. It comes in white and brown colour with a polished finish and is ideal for resting your drinkware and protecting the surface of your table. Apart from being a wonderful addition to your tableware, they are also perfect as a gifting option for housewarming parties and other celebrations.
- Handcrafted in India by artisans.
- Inspired from the Mughal era.
- Comes in a round shape.
- Depicts an elegant fusion of mango wood and white marble displaying an exquisite marble texture with natural wooden grains.
- Ideal for resting your drinkware and to protect the surface of your table.
- Can also be used as a gifting option for housewarming parties.
- All the coasters are a bit heavy because of the marble part.
- Handcrafted in White Marble & Mango Wood.
- Comes in glossy finish.
- Handcrafted with the fusion of marble & wood in Round shape.
- Comes in White & Brown colour.
- Comes in 4.0" (L), 4.0" (W), 0.5" (H) Inch in size.
- The weight of each coaster is 231 grams.
- Comes with 4 Coasters.
Gently wipe with a wet cloth.
The initial phase includes large pieces of different types of raw marbles collected by the artisans from the belly of Rajasthan, inlcuding the shiny white marble which goes by the traditional name of Banswara marble among the artists, and the oceanic range of the darker-coloured marbles fondly called as the Kayampura marble famous for it's rich texture, all born from high pressures and temperatures and being cut into smaller pieces to get into desirable shapes to create the product that the artisans require.
After the initial process is done, the marble pieces are given the final finishes to their intermediate forms and added to the raw pieces of Mango wood with thelp of a strong chemical.
In the final stage, the polishing is done to these wonderful pieces to make it appear the best to the spectator.