Material : Noil Silk
Dimension : 15 x 17 inches
The wall art reflects two ‘Gosha Buta’, which symbolize the tree. It is a popular motif found in Assamese textile that represents nature itself. The motif also comprises ‘jura-mora’, a pair of identical peacocks that are facing each other. The peacock pair is a very typical traditional Assamese textile motif used to symbolize and attribute the sacred nature of the bird. Pls note: We supply it unframed in flat lay or roll form. You can frame them as per your liking. Each piece is handmade and unique.
Country of Origin - India
We ensure to fulfill customerâ€™s unique home decor requirements by crafting one-of-a-kind pieces. Itâ€™s a brand which specializes in wooden and macrame handicrafts. All the primal raw materials are sourced from the Indian markets. Based out of Mumbai and Gurgaon, I have a team of talented skilled artisans who help me in crafting these items. My craftsmen reimagine each product idea to transform these pieces into something extraordinary. This shop offers an endless array of customization options to make sure that you find something to match the aesthetic! Crafting each unit wi... Read More