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Back to Basics-Antique Stone Cooking and Storage Pots

most viewed By June 23, 2016 Tags: , , , , , , ,

Human civilization has passed through different eras and epochs resulting in the inventions that shaped our history and culture. Amongst the many ages that we have evolved through Stone Age is definitely one of them. Stone Age was the time when our entire race depended on stones. They used tools and weapons made out of stone. Everything from household items…

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Mystical Copper vessel

most viewed By February 24, 2016 Tags: , , , ,

Copper has played an important role in human civilization. It is one such element that has been extensively used in shaping up the history and culture of Asian countries and the world at large.Copper holds the significance of being an essential mineral required by our body to finding a place in the temples and monasteries as a vessel of prime…

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Thondi – The Copper Pot For Water

most viewed By November 30, 2014 Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

  Thondi is a copper or brass pot that is used for drawing water from the well. The Thondi shown in the picture is hand made out of copper. Few decades ago when the expanding cities and towns did not have running water through pipe lines and there were no overhead water tanks to collect water by opening few valves.,…

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Vintage Burma Teak Wood Trunk Box

Vintage Burma Teak Wood Trunk Box

most viewed By January 24, 2014 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

  The sturdy handsome teak wooden box you see here is made in Burma and shipped to India by the workers at Burma of Indian origin. This enchanting box is made of pure Burma teak wood, famous for its durability,strength and water resistance.The box is known as ‘trunk box’ since it is made out of the timber planks cut out…

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Antique elephant incense stick holder.

Antique Elephant Incense Stick Holder

most viewed By January 17, 2014 Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

  This beautiful incense stick holder in the form of an elephant is a unique antique art piece. The elephant stands on its two hind legs and the other front legs are taken up and joined together resembling a prayer posture. Its body is slightly bent forward to reveal a humble gesture. Its trunk is taken up and is resting…

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Antique Home Décor – An External Perspective

Uncategorized By November 18, 2013 Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Here is a blog post by my neighbor. She was a small little girl with bright eyes when she first stepped into our house. 15 years later, when she came up to me one day and expressed her interest in writing an article about my antique collection for my blog, I was really happy. Here’s her take on my antique…

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