Maravi Jali-Art Umbrella Stand
A delightful craftsman made cane and umbrella stand made into a hexagon of lattice work panels with scrolled black powder-coated metal, alternating with ornamental carved mango wood sides. A modern style using traditional patterns used across the centuries in Indian architecture such as the Taj Mahal.
The geometric patterns of Art Deco combine perfectly with the style and grace of the Orient Express in the alternating metal and mango wood side panels, adding function to artistic form. There is no point having an umbrella stand in your hallway unless it adds beauty to your interior design.
It makes a stylish litter bin, a place to keep leads, game controllers and phone chargers, and with any plastic or glass vase stood inside, can be used as a statement display for fresh flowers or a silk arrangement for celebrations and weddings. Why not have one each side of the door to make a bold statement?
Hand crafted in India this eco-friendly hardwood is cut down when the Mango tree is too old to fruit, and a new fruiting tree is planted to replace it. Made using traditional hand tools with metal work and time consuming hand carving into a piece of living art by an experienced Indian craftsman and then brought to the UK by Maravi to give you a unique and beautifully versatile addition to your home.
|Country of Origin:||India|
|Material:||Mango wood and Aluminium|
|Dimensions:||L: 25cm x W: 25cm x D: 56cm|