Imagine the royal Mughal setup, the big tombs, the great celebrations and the enigmatic crowd. Imagine the rivers, the royal emperors and the flowers.
The "Mughal Gardens" is a collection of homeware products, detailed with intricate blue ink that is hand painted on the smooth ceramic surface. Although rectilinear in nature, the tranquil and placid architecture of the Mughal Gardens makes for the inspiration behind the Artist's work, and the artist himself has traveled to the historically rich cities of the Mughals. From New Delhi in India to Lahore in Pakistan, Shahnawaz likes to call himself a complete cosmopolitan and an art visionary.
Our Artisan, Shahnawaz is not an unknown at this particular garden, and many people recognize him from his cliched white Kurta-Pajama and canvas board, filled with blue ink. As we take a walk with him, he puts the entire picture in perspective. He explains, "my father was a peasant who fell in love with my mother in the same gardens. Since childhood, I have had multiple visits to this place and the essence of the colorful flowers are now ingrained in my memory; I see the flowers through my senses and reach out to my beloved mother".
While looking into the sky Shahnawaz recites one of his prose, "It is not what I see that I paint, but what I feel is that I express". He smiles incessantly and adds, "Everyone present at the gardens is full of joy and distant from his day to day mundane activities. Such is the gripping mystical presence of this vast green lands, and I hope to add this mystical energy to my Artistic designs."
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Double fired at 1200 degrees and handcrafted in ceramic with Ink Blue floral prints, 'Flowy Flora' Oil Dispenser is perfect to add elegance to your kitchen. The off white base and Ink Blue floral motif adds a unique touch to the design.
Ideal for storing cooking oil.
Can also be used as a decorative vase.
Handmade in Ceramic.
Depicts Floral Mughal Handpainting.
The product is lead free.
The oil bottle is not air tight.
Comes in Ink Blue and White Colour.
Comes in the following dimensions: 3.9" (L), 3.9" (W), 10" (H) Inch in size.
Volume of the bottle is 1000 ML.
There might be a slight variaition/irregularities in hand painting done on ceramic as this is a natural outcome of human involvement process.
Floral Mughal Hand Painting
(L * W * H) = (3.9 * 3.9 * 10) Inch
Ink Blue & White
1 Oil Bottle
- The product is not air tight.
- The product is lead free.
- The product is completely hand painted with floral Mughal art and handcrafted in Ceramic.
- There might be a slight irregularities in the floral Mughal hand painting or variation in the colour/glazing done on the ceramic as this is a natural outcome of the human involvement in the process.
- Place the lid of the Jar tightly to prevent air/moisture to get into it.
CARE INSTRUCTIONSHandle with care.
Awesome loved it..was a little unhappy with the lid..it did not fit perfectly..otherwise overall look is beautiful..will suggest to have the handle at a lower level and a little bigger loop for holding..
beuatiful piece of art i should say.. cant wait to start using it :)
Unlike other oil cans in the market this has a capacity to store the whole 1 litre packet of oil so hurray for that. And yesss it looks stunning. A must buy
Very satisfied with the quality of the brass Masala box! Unique design, heavy, sturdy material. Trusting seller.
I liked this exclusive lane spice box very much. Quality is good. Reached me in good packaging. It's making my kitchen look more interesting and beautiful.
Very good product, delivered on time!
Beautiful and nice item. But should improve package part. Out of 3 pieces I ordered 2 broken.
Very disappointed in the delivery system.
I was a little disappointed with the product as I didn't feel that it was worth the price I paid.
It is bigger size than I expected. Very nice.
It looks good but,the surface colour finishing looks dull .
I am still waiting for the ordered items. Not delivered to my address.
Nice product only one change can be done. The house name should not be in red Color instead it shd be in some Color which can be seen cleaely