- Sterling Silver
- Mughal Art Lamp in silver 18th century
This is a traditional Lamp, made of pure silver.
It is also known as lantern or laltain.
It was used as a lantern to light a room.
It was an innovation in lamps or lanterns at that time.
So, when it was lighted, its light would have created the shadow of surrounding birds and plants as a natural scenery of fly birds in congested jungle.
It is a type of artisan’s art of the old times to show their skills.
It was also used as a vase, a type of decorative container, used for displaying cut flowers.
It was vastly used in Asian countries.
The product above relates to an Islamic art.
It is traced back to the Great Mughal emperors’ era, the 18th century.
It was the old era, when craftsmen use to prepare antiques from pure Gold and Silver.
The product above is a prominent handcrafted piece, made of Silver.
The Silver used in its preparation is fine and pure according to international metal standards.
The product is in two pieces, having dazzling silver colour.
This decoration element is beautifully engraved.
There are some birds and plants’ sketches all around, which are nicely embossed using old techniques.
Because of tiny work over this decorative element, it even takes too much time to be prepared.
Old Experts prepared such old-fashioned decorative elements.
This item would have designed and constructed delicately by a talented craftsman.
It will rightly make your dining-table more attractive and dashing.
It has splendid designs and patterns to attract the people who love old culture.
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