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Narrow Tray - Pichwai $23.08 PRODUCT CODE: EC-HD-WT-011. SHIPPING & HANDLING: $11.54 DISCOUNT: 0% TIME TO DISPATCH: 3-5days AVAILABLE ITEMS: 5 DELIVERY METHOD: Courier

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Material : wood
Dimension : 39 cm x 12 cm x 4 cm
Bring your coffee table to life by accessorising it with this visually stunning ''Govardhan Priya'' inspired by Pichwai Art. Cows , an important part of India mythology , who ''Lord Krishna''herded to, are focussed in this exquisite design.The intricate art of Pichwai originates from Rajasthan , featuring various moods of ''Lord Krishna''. The art work has found its way beyond adorning walls of temples and could be used as gifts for festivilies like Holi, Diwali, Dussehra or any association like house warming , anniversary, wedding . This tray is made of medium density engineered wood and is decoupaged and treated with sealant making it heat & water proof and easily cleaned by wiping with a damp cloth. Own one today!!! Perfect for beautifully presenting an array of refreshments, this serving tray can also be gifted on any occasion. You can also place this work of art on the center table, make your zen with it Holds four coffee mugs. Beautiful and tempting enough to snatch one for you or for a perfect gift for your loved ones. Material : Medium density engineered wood Instructions for Care: Wipe using a clean soft cloth, if there is a spill or for dusting. Do not use scrub. Timelines for dispatch: 4-5 working days

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