Silk Frame for Thangka Paintings

From $49

The silk frame is a way to decor the Thangka and Mandala Paintings in Traditional Tibetan Style. The silk frame is made of beautiful brocade rich in pigments, patterns, and colors.

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Mandalas Life is pleased to offer silk framing of your Paintings as per request.

The silk frame is a way to decor the Thangka and Mandala Paintings in Traditional Tibetan Style. The silk frame is made of beautiful brocade rich in pigments, patterns, and colors.

We can take order of any size and the price will depend on your custom order.

For Small Silk Frames, the height and width should be below 50  cm.

For Medium Silk Frames, the height and width should be below 100  cm.

For Large Silk Frames, the height and width should be below 150  cm.

For extra-large silk frame please do contact us.

Silk brocade

Silk Brocade is the most popular form of mounting since it is seen as having greater religious merit than other less expensive types of cloth. Framing the paintings is the traditional way to represent it.

The quality of brocade used varies from patron to patron.

 

 

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  • green-with-red-flower

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