A story unfolds as the lamp is lit! The lamp contains a Cutting of Handmade Paper stencil of the Tree of Life. Lamp denotes the interconnection of different aspects of life including plants, animals, and birds. The cutting of Handmade Paper inspired by Sanjhi Art. Motif gets illuminated when switched on and the scene comes to life creating a bright yet serene atmosphere. The lamp uses handmade paper with long silk fibers embedded in it, which adds to the texture. The paper is sandwiched between two glasses and framed using wood.
Not only is this lamp beautiful, it also has an interesting composition. The wooden frame box is made of finest pine wood and the shade is made with a fusion of glass and handmade paper. The yellow background to the contemporary pattern will light up your room like nothing else. The art form represents the Real Beauty
These captivating also a wall lamp too from Craftiano India is a great lighting fixture to add a beautiful and natural element to any room. Perfect for placing above your nightstand or side table beside sofa and bed
• This story lamp is designed to create an assertive style in your living room. It contains a hand-made paper stencil and creates a serene atmosphere when the lamp is lit.
-- Care Instructions --
Fragile item handle with care
Use a clean dry cloth or feather brush to clean the lamp.
Handicraft marks borne by the products are owing to its handmade nature and add to the beauty of the product
Size / Dimension: 15*15*3.5
Time of Delivery: 5 Business days
With the ever changing trends and onset of minimalism, Indian handicrafts sometimes take a backseat in urban interiors. The need of the hour is to contemporize the craft to fit the urban dwellings in a way that it can be utilized. Craftiano does that and goes a step further to ensure the art is maintained in purest form. Craftiano, a curator of traditional art, offers heritage art in the form of urbanized handcrafted lifestyle utilities. The products are designed to dovetail with the latest current trends, color schemes, etc. but ensure that the art-form reflects its true traditional form. Thus, striking a balance between heritage and modernism.