Khatam wooden Candy/Sugar box

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Khatamkari candy box , sugar box , handmade Storage box 


Diameter : 14.5cm

Gift Idea: Our Khatamkari candy box and sugar storage box is the perfect gift for anyone who loves beautiful and unique home decor. Handmade with meticulous attention to detail, this box is inlaid with stunning Khatam pieces that make it a true work of art. With its dominant beige color and copper accents, it will look great in any room of the house.

Not only is it a beautiful decoration, but it's also functional as a sugar bowl with a dome lid that keeps contents fresh. Measuring 14.5cm in diameter, it's the perfect size for any tabletop or shelf.

This box is perfect for any occasion, whether you're looking for a housewarming gift, birthday present, or simply something to show someone you care. It's a unique and thoughtful gift that will be cherished for years to come.

In conclusion, our Khatamkari candy box and sugar storage box is a perfect blend of beauty and functionality. It's a unique and handmade gift that is perfect for any occasion, and its intricate design is sure to impress anyone who sees it.

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Khatam Kari

khatam kari is one of the most famous handicrafts in .

khatam  is a handmade version of marquetry , It is defined as art of decorating the surface of objects with small equilateral triangles made of ivory,metal ,  bone, wood and brass twisted wire laid side by side that result in a stunning  geometrical pattern.Artworks with smaller inlaid pieces are generally more highly valued .

Khatam consists in the production of incrustation patterns generally star shaped  with thin sticks of wood (ebony, teak, ziziphus, orange, rose), brass (for golden parts), camel bones (white parts). Ivory, gold or silver can also be used for collection objects. These sticks are assembled in triangular beams, assembled and glued in a strict order to create a geometrical motif such as a six-branch star included in a hexagon.

These triangles are put on the surface of inner, outer or both sides of wooden objects with the thickness of 2 centimeters.

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