Handmade White Marble Table Top inlaid with Semi Precious Stones (Artwork of Tajmahal)
The semiprecious stones used to inlay are as follows-
1. Lapis lazuli (Blue stone).
2. Malachite (Green stone).
3. Turquoise (light Blue).
4. Carnelian (Orange Red).
5. Mother of Pearl (White shiny).
6. Abalone Shell (Colorful Shiny).
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This beautiful inlay(pietra dura) table top is fully Handmade Product made by the artisans(the descendants of those families who built the Tajmahal in 17 century ) in Agra,India.Tajmahal is a monument of love & one of the seven wonders in the world ,same artwork done with the same technique on the walls of the Tajmahal.
This Elegant and Contemporary Table Top you can enjoy coffee,tea and dinner. indoor & outdoor space also used for Coffee Table, Side Table, End Table,or corner table ,Patio Table, Office Meeting Table, Restaurant & Bar Tables
Simply clean it with soap & water & dry cotton cloth.
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I’m not responsible for delays due to customs.any tax, duty or vat (if applicable) at the destination will be paid by buyer.
The parcel is dispatch with proper packing & fully insured.
If You Are Looking Something Customize, Let Us Know We Will Make For You As Per Your Design, Size & Shape.
Table Top Base/Leg is not included.
Indian marble inlay craft or Pietre Dura or Parchin kari is one of the most elegant and exquisite forms of art on the subcontinent. The Taj Mahal is a great example of the beauty of this art. Techniques have remained virtually unchanged and to this day everything is created exclusively by hand. The art is kept alive within descendant families for generations, who worked on the Taj Mahal.
Process of Making Marble Inlay
1-First we take Plain piece of Marble.
2-We draw the design on it (Copied from Tajmahal)
3-Then with the help of Emery wheel we shape the designs out of semi precious stones used in marble inlay art like Coral, Lapizlazuli, Malachite, Cornelian, Tourquoise, Abalone Shell ,Jasper, Mother of Pearl, Etc.
4-We draw the patterns on the slices of the stones then hold them against the Emery wheel and then shape it one by one. Time taken to shape a piece depends on the size and shape. More small pieces takes more time.
5-After that we cut the cavities in the Marble with the help of diamond pointed tools.
6-Then the shaped pieces are glued in the Marble cavities.
7-In the end we polish and finish the piece and then the finished pieces are ready for our collection for our customers.