Lamps are a quintessential part of any Indian home. They stand for the classic symbolism of victory of good over evil. This draws from the epic Ramayana where the subjects of Ayodhya welcome their King Rama after His exile by filling their homes with lamplight. To this day, in every Indian home in both rural and urban parts a ritual lamp is lit after sunset. Hence, elaborately sculptured lamps constitute a significant part of our artistic heritage. This brass fixture from the Exotic India collection would be a decidedly valuable addition to the Indianness of your home.
This multi-wick lampstand comes in a resplendent finish, fit to grace the most pious of altars. An open-winged peacock sits atop the structure, the intricate lines etched on its face and plumage with great workmanship. Beneath the plate of wicks are a couple of parrots perched symmetrically along the pole. Their curvaceous bodies and long tails have been carved with considerable skill. Thence onwards the sculpture descends into another wick tray, which is set atop a stand shaped like gold foliage.
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Brass19.5 inch Height x 8.7 inch Width x 8.7 inch Depth
Item Code: ZDM37
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