Allow the cross-legged musician (in focus) molded in brass and given a rusted look to entertain you and the red demon-mask (left) to shoo away evil spirits from your house.
This silver-plated jewelry box in copper is given a timeless, oxidized look, a treasured possession on your dressing table.
Nothing can compare with this ornate Natraj – dancing Shiva - to be your muse to dance to the rhythm of life.
The Mughal emperors, engraved on the borders of these shields with the art of koftgari, are long gone.
These are three pacifying Buddha idols in varied looks to match every mood of yours and every interior of your house.
The sensuous lady lost in thought is perfect for the living room. The creases in her garment, her unkempt hair and her facial features seem as if frozen in marble.
A pair of these ferocious lions at the gate of the house act as custodians according to Chinese mythology.
Put him at the entrance of your home and Lord Ganesha perched on the gold-leafed mat will guard your haven and bring good omen to your lives.
This saffron-tinged Ganesha sitting smug is as small to be an auspicious gift and as big to bestow blessings on you.
A traditional scene is crafted in modern fashion by use of just the right amount of pastels to highlight expressions and embellishments.
Lord Ganesha in supreme-quality sandalwood can sit equally elegantly in the prayer room or at the entrance of the house to bring in ridhi-siddhi.
The soothing idol of Saraswati devi – Godess of knowledge - chiseled in pure sandalwood will make her presence felt in your study room through her aroma.
Make way for this elephant bearing an elaborate and intricately carved ambary on its back.
A peacock, a decked-up lady posing and a tree enveloping her are executed to reveal their minutest details from a log of wood.