The ritual implements curated here could count as lone-standing works of art that would look lovely somewhere in your space, say above the fireplace or at a corner of the desk. Each of them has been handpicked from age-old artisans who know their medium really well be it brass or bronze, and the exquisite resins and precious metals that go into the inlay. For example, the singing bowls boast of a resonance so rich you will not find it anywhere else. The phurpas and vajras are so well-cut, they could hurt the careless handler. The lampstands are so intricately sculpted, they are like meditational aids in themselves. In other words, you cannot go wrong with anything you pick from this section of Nepalese art.