Indian Women's East Meets West(28 items)
Welcome to the Indian Women's East Meets West Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Indian Women's East Meets West
OMG, Amazing Elephant Vase
Stunning! Intricate Jali carving. Looks amazing close-up and from a distance The alternating rows of elephant and jungle are exquisite and very complimentary. A truly beautiful piece of art and culture. Gulam you are a master Jali artesian. Thank you NOVICA
Problem-free purchase. For something this beautiful, it was very reasonably priced. Ive purchased other pieces from this talented artist and would definitely buy from again.
Popular Indian Women's East Meets West
Soapstone Elephant Incense Holder Box, "The King's Elephants"$44.99
For Gulam Rasool, soapstone's natural grain evokes an elephant's wrinkled hide. He carves this box by hand in the shape of three elephants, painting more pachyderms on the sides. Silken caps and blankets identify them as the king's own animals. The elongated box is designed to hold incense sticks, with perforations to let the fragrance perfume the room. Three holes at one end are designed to hold the sticks when burning.
Elephant Soapstone Decorative Box, "Indian Elephants"$49.99
For Gulam Rasool, soapstone's natural grain evokes an elephant's wrinkled hide. He carves this box by hand in the shape of an elephant, painting more pachyderms on the sides. Silken caps and blankets identify them as the king's own animals.
Handmade paper journals (Pair), "Serenity"$14.99
With covers that resemble ancient court documents, these petite journals by Asha Prabha are ideal for personal reflections, motivational quotes and prayers. Screen printing techniques reveal two different images of Buddha on the covers of each journal. Featuring a cotton cord, the journals are crafted with handmade paper and feature 48 pages each.
Hand Carved Soapstone Owl Aromatic Oil Warmers (Pair), "Lucky Owls"$59.99
Depicted in polished soapstone, soft feathers and big, wise eyes reveal the material's fascinating grain. Gulam Rasool sculpts a pair of lucky owls that hold aromatic oils in dishes on their heads. Tea lights inside the bodies warm the oil to diffuse its fragrance.