Hand Carved & Hand-painted
Eucalyptus & Babool Wood
(L * W * H) = (3.0 * 5.7 * 6.2) Inch
Dark Brown & Golden
1 Tea Light Holder
- Does not come with a tea light candle.
- As this product is handcrafted & hand-painted, there might be a slight colour or design variation, which is natural and hence makes the product unique.
The 'Rising Trunk' from the collection 'A Tale of Hand Carved Divinities' is a table tea light and candle holder hand carved from Eucalyptus wood and Babool wood in a dark brown colour with tints of golden to adorn your living rooms and bedrooms and amplify your table-tops. Coming in a lacquered finish of intently depicted elephant, this holder also acts as table decorative showpiece adding a touch of spiritual and serene quality to the walls of your homes. The 'Rising Trunk' is the ideal fit for a candle holder and a showpiece to refine your table-tops with elegance and divinity, and also an auspicious gift option for housewarming parties or traditional festivals as an offering of kindness and happiness.
- Handcrafted in India by Artisans.
- Depicts beautifully and finely hand carved elephant carrying a tea-light holder on its back.
- Comes in beautiful and contrasting shades of Golden tints & brown.
- Ideal for lightening up your favourite spaces.
- Also acts as a table decorative showpiece.
- Can be considered as a gift option for housewarming parties or festivals.
- Comes with a holder at the top to hold a tea light or candle.
- Comes with a lacquered glossy finish.
- The elephant is handcrafted in Eucalyptus Wood with Babool Wood base & Iron holder.
- Hand Carved & Hand-painted.
- Comes in Dark Brown colour with tints of Golden.
- Comes in 3.0" (L), 5.7" (W), 6.2" (H) Inch in size.
- The weight of the tea light holder is 480 grams.
- Comes with 1 Tea light Holder.
Gently wipe with a soft damp cloth.
This master craftsmen having experience of many years finely hand carve pieces of Eucalyptus Wood. After carving is done then each piece is hand chiseled and buff polished to give a smooth finishing to the sculpture. Lastly, colour and lacquer are applied to the sculpture to give it a final look also ensuring that the natural wood grains are visible in each and every piece.