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This knob is made of Stone from Agra and Ladd work from Charminar(Ladd Bazar- Hyderabad) is a 15th century craft originated during the Mughal rule in India. It is made of glass and lacquer, semi-precious stones and glitter. Chapdi (black Lac) and orange chapdi (light golden Lac). Lac is then melted to a semi molten state. The desired color Lac stick is rubbed onto a warmed up Lac base and shaped with a wooden hattha on a stone knob. Laboriously the craftsmen encrust semi-precious stone or rhinestone beads and glass fragments in a riot of colorful patterns.
Artistic inspiration is the very popular Lac material, which is harder than stone yet holds the colorful glittering inserts. The mounting of this knob is given with hardware (screw and washer)

  • Code: TLK2 - AKARA

    Colour: Multi-Color

    Dimensions: L = 35.00mm W = 35.00mm H = 35.00mm

    Weight: 80 g

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