products featured in Traditional Trinkets

This copper dekchi is a versatile product not only used to boil water but  also slow cook curries, dals and meat preparations.
A late Victorian teakwood dressing table with a rectangular swing mirror supported by shaped arms, and sitting above two trinket drawers. The drawers are slightly lifted from the moulded table top below which a pair of frieze drawers are raised on turned supports joined by a plain stretcher.|1910|44 inches x 19 inches x 63 inches [ W x D x H ]|Since the structure of the piece is strong and perfectly intact, it only requires 5-6 coats of traditional natural polish finished with wax to bring it up to 'excellent' condition.|||
This print is part of a series of photographic illustrations from inchesThe People of India inches, an ethnographic study of the races and tribes of the country conducted by John Forbes Watson and John William Kaye between 1868 to 1875 for Lord Canning, the then Governor-General of India.|** Add 40mm on all four sides and 25mm depth for frame & mounting.|Ready to ship in paper tube within 4 working days for inchesWithout Frame inches Option|
Material : Sheesham Wood|Finish : Honey Finish|Dimensions(Inch) : 43 L x 16 H x 22 H|Est. Delivery : 5-7 Weeks