For all those who love history and have always wanted the historical souvenir in and around them, here is chance to own and decorate their homes with a replica of the historical artifacts (Coins, Seals and Currencies which were made of different metal and other materials and were used in historical civilizations all across the world) carved on wood with meticulous accuracy going down to minutest of the details.
The work you are seeing here is done on special long lasting piece of wood taken from the “Indian Rosewood” tree, commonly called as “Sheesham”. This is the same wood which makes your furniture durable and long lasted.
As it is already mentioned that the wood in question is already special, we have gone few extra miles to make a memorable experience for you by giving it “anti-termite” coating and a polish which will keep it new for an exceptionally long time. Also, after years of enhancing the beauty of your drawing room or a living room you find it getting dirty, you may simply wipe clean it with a slightly moist towel and you will find it as new as you have just bought it few days back. We would also like to mention to you that all the work and carving is done by hand with specialized artisans from northern India and there are no machines used or machine carving is done in any of our processes.
The pre-cut piece of “Indian Rosewood” is given a three step treatment after the carving gets completed.
• “Anti-termite” coating
• Polish which makes it exactly like the original and authentic artifact in Wood (Indian Rosewood)
This is one of the most elegant of the items to decorate your homes as well as your loved ones with and also an extremely viable option for gifts. It will and may intrigue your guests as well as children which will help them build interest in history.
Your artifact comes well placed in a Box made of a durable material called MDF(Medium Density Fibreboard) which is specially designed for it.
The artifact which we have presented over here is the exact replica of the “Great Seal” of Richard I of England who ruled England from 1189 to 1199. This “Great Seal” used to be attached to the official documents of state that require the authorization of the monarch to implement the advice of the Government. It is also called Great Seal of the Realm or Great Seal of the United Kingdom. It is still in use as of today in United Kingdom.
- Additional Information
Material Indian Rosewood (sheesham) Color Golden Size No