Hand Carved Window with 8 Auspicious Symbol Design

Hand Carved Window with 8 Auspicious Symbol Design

$149

( 5 x 41 cm )

Traditional Hand-Carved Window with 8 Auspicious Symbol is perfect for home decorative purposes. It adds elegance to your wall with its detailed carvings.

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Traditional Hand-Carved Window with 8 Auspicious Symbol is perfect for home decorative purposes. It adds elegance to your wall with its detailed carvings.

The door has 8 Buddhist symbols each with significance importance and meanings, two beautifully crafted peacocks facing each other and Bhairav on the top of the door.

The doors can be opened. Handcrafted wood crafts have been an architectural beauty of Nepal for centuries.

We present to you the best wooden products crafted by skilled Newari artisans who have been carving traditionally from ages.

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Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 40 × 5 × 41 cm

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