We discovered this gorgeous vintage teak trunk at the bottom of a stack of trunks in a village on the outskirts of Jodhpur, north India. We decided to put it out on its own display in the shop because”it’s a really nice one,”explains Russ. Chunky and well-made, it shows nice signs of its age, with the original wrought iron fittings hinges, clasp, and handles. It has a small cubby shelf with hinged lid inside, and is slightly raised on small feet. A gorgeous piece of furniture, you should buy it.
These old or unusual items are from Rajasthan, India. Many items are part new, designed around original old doors to create practical cupboards and sideboards with a traditional Indian feel. Other pieces are true original Indian pieces once used in their homes such as damchiyas (originally used to store the brides dowry) or we