Handcrafted Home Temple in Sheesham MNDR-1987

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  • Handmade Folding Wooden Temple / Mandir in Sheesham Wood (Indian Rosewood).
  • Product Size: 36 x 18 x 42 in inches (LxBxH) approx.
  • 2 Drawers in Front
  • Natural Light Finish
SKU: UH-MNDR-1987 Categories: ,


Handcrafted Home Temple in Sheesham

Traditionally handmade Wooden Temple / Mandir Design by skilled craftsmen in premium quality Sheesham Wood (Indian Rosewood) with natural color finish. Hand-finished by skilled artisans, easily assembled within minutes without any assistance of carpenter.

The unit consists of 3 Domes at the top each with Om placed in Front with Floral Carving. The main portion consists of Mehraab in Front with Jaali on both the sides housing the deity / idol. The top part is supported by 4 pillars. The base where idols are to be placed and the ceiling of the Temple is made of teak plywood. The Base of the unit consists of a slider tray and 2 pull out Drawers with matching carving all over the surface. The size may vary slightly being a handcrafted product.

Product Details :

  • Primary Material: Seasoned Sheesham Wood (Indian Rosewood)
  • Traditional Matte Finishing done by skilled artisans
  • Size: 36 x 18 x 42 in inches (LxBxH) approx.

Material Details :

  • The wood is hard with a uniform medium coarse texture and has a natural resistance to decay.
  • Each piece of Sheesham furniture will have a unique color, due to the well defined grain of the wood, which can be brought to a fine finish by hand waxing
  • Sheesham makes the perfect space for Antique & Traditional Furniture.
  • The beautiful natural patterns make for an enchanting finish to enjoy in your home

Please note that the unit consist of Sheesham except for the base, ceiling and inner portions of the drawer which are made from teak plywood. The unit is dispatched in Knock down state and assembly is required.



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