The "Thikri" technique pieces handmade mirrors, cast and cut into shapes on multiple surfaces. It is this traditional skill, made famous at the "Sheesh Mahal" (Palace of Mirrors) that is celebrated in modern stools in the shapes of a cylinder and a cuboid.
Glistening from every angle, these luxury artefacts can double as accent tables or stand alone as shining jewels in your living spaces.
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Length 30.48 cm (12")
Width 30.48 cm (12")
Height 46.73 cm (18.4")
Sheesham wood, Glass
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A strong Indian cultural design house, AnanTaya is a thoughtful creator’s intent on having a social impact through luxury products, which tell stories of Indian craft infused with a modern perspective. Brainchild of architect and designer duo - Ayush & Geetanjali Kasliwal, the brand aims to create high quality utilitarian objects using great design, traditional Indian craftsmanship, and cutting edge technology.
The designer duo currently lives and works in Jaipur.View more details