A beautiful old hand carved stone niche that shows effects of age/weathering and would once have been set in the wall beside a doorway to a home/building to house candles/small light/incense. Originating from the beautiful blue city of Jodhpur, Rajasthan, this gorgeous item resonates history, culture, place and people. This niche does not independently stand up.
Patterned shapes have been etched into this rectangular shaped stone to create an attractive piece which includes a small ledge. It shows sign of weathering from its past life, which adds t to its character and charm.
This piece would look amzing as part of a garden feature or else can be placed as an eye catching piece within your home
Take a look at our blog about this style here.
Due to the nature of these reclaimed peices, you are likely to find signs of age and life within each piece. The severity of this will vary but hopefully you can get a good idea from the photos. Furthermore, all our employees will also be more than happy to send you more photos to help with your decsions. After we’ve provided all information you require you can go ahead and buy the item.
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From bikes and floors to sheets and t-shirts, bamboo is well-known as a popular green choice because as a fast-growing grass, it’s a renewable material. Hemp is also considered environmentally smart for a variety of products including its wood. Mango trees are also fast-growing and – (click to continue reading).
25th August 2021
“Just to let you know I am so happy with my sideboard, it is absolutely beautiful. Once again the furniture I have bought from you is even more WOW than the pictures. I am in love with it. Thanks you so much and thank Graham for me too xx”Annmaire