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Coasters - Round - Madhubani Fish B and W $19.23 PRODUCT CODE: EC-HD-CT- 025. SHIPPING & HANDLING: $9.00 DISCOUNT: 0% TIME TO DISPATCH: 2-4days AVAILABLE ITEMS: 5 DELIVERY METHOD: Courier

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Material : This coaster set is made of medium density engineered wood, with decoupage
Dimension : 9.5 cm diameter
'Matsya' symbolising freedom, fortility, luck and abundance, this fascinating leit motifs in Madhubani, captures nature in complete harmony seeming to be alive with the ripples of water. This intricate design has been completed in monochrome , every inch filled with fine lines makes this folk art more treasured. Also known as Mithila painting, Madhubani painting from Bihar, during era of Raja Janak ,is characterised by prominently outlined figures and geometric patterns symbolising love, valour , devotion, prosperity, religious rituals, mythology, epic. The perfect mate for your tea or coffee. Spice up the tea time with these Madhubani inspired tea coasters. They come in a set of 6 with a stand for them to rest. A good option for gifting. Madhubani, is repositioned on medium density engineered wood, with decoupage paper, set in clear coat sealant and made with love, and easily maintained by wiping with damp cloth. Treated to take up the heat of the hot beverage. Instructions for Care: Wipe using a clean soft cloth, if there is a spill or for dusting. Do not use scrub.

Country of Origin - India

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	 								EthniiChic, a bespoke luxury lifestyle brand for classic hand-painted and hand crafted designs that honour traditional arts, is inspired by the ancient art-forms of pastoral India. Our designs mirror our Culture through motifs, patterns, colours and sculptures from our rich heritage. 

Our products reflect the age old art forms from various nooks of India. We create interesting gifting articles in Phad (Rajasthan), Gond (Madhya Pradesh), Madhubani (Bihar), Warli (Maharashtra), Kalamkari and Tholu Bommalatha (Andhra Pradesh), Pattachitra (Odisha) and in the Mural Arts of Kerala, while exp... Read More