Antique Brass Wall Mask
Product Code: 2-1416
Rustic Motifs
Bengaluru, India |
Rs 2,350.00

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  • This hand moulded antique brass  Wall Mask, was handpicked from the small town of Mannar in South Kerala, also known as the Bell metal town.
  • The Wall mask with its intricate detailing is a unique piece. Believed to protect its owner from the evil eye, this Wall Mask is a good buy for those who, love the fine balance between old and new.
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Sometimes as part of our handpicked section, we visit old godowns and warehouses in nondescript towns, most unlikeliest of places to find beautiful handmade creations, treasures hidden under years of dust, mostly forgotten, in the race to provide sleek and shiny more prefect machine made versions. Each of these pieces we hunt down, help us travel back in time, a time when art was yet to be invaded by the need to prove itself by the money it could fetch. A time when the passion to create something unique, something that would last for centuries and treasured was more important.

Each rare, each a manifestation of our belief, that if we don't save our handmade industry from the eventual doom in the name of progress and modernisation, the generations ahead will never know what it is to create something that is soulful and made with passion.
Today, we have places we can travel to dig out such products and people crazy enough make the journey, tomorrow if we don't reach out to them and show them we care, who knows they may cease to exist...

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