This cupboard is just the thing to accommodate numerous temple supplies. Carved from tropical wood and painted a superb cherry-red colour, it would look good in the precincts of any Hindu temple. The panes of the cupboard are divided into three panels each, the central one being dominant. Painted on these panels are romantic figures in gorgeous pastel tones. On the extreme panels are lovers seated with white flowers in their hands, which they have plucked to make a gift of to each other. They are looking into each other's eyes with that singular gaze that amorous couples use with each other.
The figure in the central panel is of a dancing girl. From her dress it could be made out that she is an entertainer from the court of the Mughals. A gorgeous green bodice descends into a transparent pink Anarkali suit, which is teamed with fitted green trousers and a pink dupatta. She is bedecked with pearls, and holds in her hand a lotus as she twirls through her dance routine. Her beauty is unputdownable, more revealed rather than concealed by the ensemble. These panel drawings are what makes this cupboard more than a utilitarian buy - it is a work of art in its own right, having been finished with a great degree of imagination and skill.
Available: Only One in stock
Wood48 inch x 35 inch x 14 inch
Item Code: ZAT76
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