An unusual vintage metal rod and wood frame, it would look delightful as a decorative wall hanging.
Salvaged from an Indian haveli in Jodphur, the blue city of Rajasthan, it was originally used as a gate to keep stray dogs out of the house. It has the original carved pattern in the frame and is showing nice signs of age and use.
Perfect for a wall in your home.
Available as either half or whole.
OLD OR UNUSUAL INDIAN FURNITURE
These old or unusual items are mainly 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’ve even had an old Indian village fridge! Want something different? Then old or unusual is the place to look.
Due to the nature of these pieces each item will vary, with the colours, patterns and metal work on the wood differing from one to another. Please contact us prior to purchase if you would like let us know your preference and see photos of the exact item we would send you.
Made in India.
This item is in stock in our furniture shop in Brighton and Hove, Sussex.