Exotic India provides with an ample collection of flower vases structured in the most exquisite patterns and mesmerized designs. The one shown here is a handpicked piece from its collection; carved with a long neck in two symmetrical thick layers in checks and multi-layered floral designs; separated by a triple border, these layers are highlighted by floral beads pasted in a three-dimensional look.
As you move down to the main field area, you will be allured by the magnified indigenous beauty of the white marble, chiselled in accurate latticework of finite cuts and lines, forming a kind of mesh. Zoom in to applaud the paintings portrayed on the front and back of the vase, depicting joyful moods of a young damsel. In one picture, she is garbed in her bright happy-to-go attires of a yellow skirt of flower motifs and contrasting chunri and blouse; enjoying the fresh breeze and blooming flowers of spring; she couldn’t control her emotions and approaches to pluck one red flower from the tree. Turn back to see another beautiful lady sitting in her warm place in her most comfortable posture leaned on a booster, carrying potlis that hang on a stick on either side.
The thick borders on top and bottom of the pot are painted in colorful floral prints on a gold background, highlighted by stone work. These borders accentuate the look of the vase and their color style is complemented by the gold and stone studded flower motifs on the remaining white marble.