ATTRACTIVE BUDDHA ALMIRAH
A wonderful item of furniture this attractive Buddha almirah cabinet provides great charm and personality. Craftsmen, from Jodhpur Rajasthan, constructed it using a mix of reclaimed hardwoods. Set within the single door are eighteen brass metal Buddha heads. Furthermore, you will find two fitted shelves inside, providing storage options. Overall, a beautiful and eye-catching item of furniture that would bring a real sense and feel of Rajasthan into the home.
This eye-catching item of furniture has been constructed using a mix of reclaimed native Indian hardwoods. This single door almirah has 18 cast brass metal Buddha heads providing a most attractive and appealing look. Additionally, inside the cabinet there are two fitted shelves offering storage options. In addition the mix of native Indian hardwoods provide a honey-like patina, while other colours have been applied. A nicely turned metal handle adorns the door. This most attractive Buddha cabinet offers both practicality and personality.
A lovely item of furniture that could be utilised in the bedroom as an alternative to a wardrobe or chest of drawers. Further to this, given it’s size, it could likely be utilised throughout the home for a variety of storage solutions, from board game, to office filing, to photo albums and books. Overall, a very versatile piece of furniture.
Made in India.
Customers can see this item in our furniture shop in Brighton and Hove, Sussex.
Reclaimed Indian Furniture and Accessories
Take a look at our blog about this style of furniture here.
Due to the nature of these pieces each item will vary, colours on the wood differ from one to another. Therefore, we highly recommend that you contact us prior to purchase if you would like more information on any piece. Furthermore, all our employees will also be more than happy to send you photos of the exact item which we will send you. After we’ve provided all information you require you can go ahead and buy the item.
History of Buddhism in India
Buddhism is the fifth-largest religion in India, with 0.7% of the population identifying themselves as Buddhists, that accounts for 8.44 million Buddhists in India as of 2011 National Census of India. Although unofficial estimates suggest up to 50 to 60 million Buddhists – (click to continue reading).
6th January 2019
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